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Iran, China to continue fight against Donald Trump, officials as private citizens

Por: Newsweek World January 22, 2021

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President Donald Trump may have left office, but the combative foreign policy that made him a reviled figure among America's enemies looks set to stick with the president and top former administration officials.This week, China and Iran placed sanctions on Trump, and on Thursday Iranian state-aligned media even hinted that the country still intends to take personal revenge against the former president over his maximum pressure stance... + full article



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