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What Iran will do if Trump nixes deal

In the midst of major global crises, from North Korean missile tests to the continuing fight against Islamic State, President Trump is seemingly obsessed with one foreign policy goal: undoing the July 2015 Iran nuclear deal, which eased international sanctions on Tehran in exchange for curbs on Iran's nuclear program.

While Trump has long expressed his disdain for the multilateral deal - between Iran and six world powers including the United States - the latest

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