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Trump Says He Never Agreed To What Iran's President Is Claiming

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Trump Says He Never Agreed To What Iran's President Is Claiming

Trump Says He Never Agreed To What Iran's President Is Claiming

Donald Trump has denied that the U.S. had offered to lift sanctions on Iran, reports Politico.com.

This was in reference to clearing the way for a meeting with President Hassan Rouhani at the UN.

Trump says Rouhani claimed the U.S. agreed to lift the punishing sanctions it’s leveled against Tehran.

Trump rejected Rouhani’s claims, writing in a tweet that “I said, of course, NO!” to their conditions.

French President Emmanuel Macron was among those pushing hardest for Trump and Rouhani to meet.


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