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The White House made a major announcement Friday about how the U.S. will proceed with the Iran nuclear agreement. While President Trump has made no secret of his disdain for the deal, he declined to reimpose broad sanctions, while warning that it would be the last time unless the deal is revised in the next 120 days. John Yang talks with Mark Landler of The New York Times.
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