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Tillerson Acknowledges 'Differences' With Trump on Iran Deal

But the secretary of state said he was “comfortable” sharing his views with the president.
Source: Naseem Zeitoon / Reuters

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson acknowledged Tuesday he and President Trump “have differences” on the nuclear deal with Iran, but said the Islamic republic was violating the spirit of the agreement with its activities, adding the U.S. was working with its allies to ensure Iran’s compliance with

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