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Trump May Be At Odds With Bolton Over Tensions With Iran


President Donald Trump wants to take a diplomatic strategy when it comes to lowering recent tensions with Iran, rather than allowing it to spiral into an armed conflict. Trump's sentiment is reportedly at odds with some of his staff, including national security adviser John Bolton. Foreign policy hardliners like Bolton have alleged that recent provocations from Tehran and its associates were proof that it is plotting against the US.

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