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Between US and Iran, a War of Words Develops as Each Side Considers Further Moves

On Tuesday, a video feature at the Wall Street Journal summarized the assessment given to the paper by former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates regarding the likely foreign policy confrontations that President Donald Trump would face very early in his term of office. Perhaps quite predictably, especially in light of recent provocative gestures and statements on both sides, Iran seemed to top that list. This was however followed closely by North Korea, as well as China and Russia.

Trump’s Travel Ban Fuels Tehran’s Propaganda

 

By INU Staff 

INU - Throughout the weekend and well into Monday, much of the media’s attention has been focused on President Donald Trump’s executive order temporarily halting most travel to the United States from seven nations that the previous administration had identified as particular areas of concern for terrorist recruitment and exportation. The new action also indefinitely ceased the Syrian refugee program, and many critics referred to it as a “Muslim ban” or the first step in the direction of the more comprehensive ban on foreign-born Muslims that Trump had proposed while campaigning for the presidency.

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