Trump in Jerusalem: 'Iran is threat, must never be allowed to posses a nuclear weapon'

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 22, 2017 15:03
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US President Donald Trump and his Israeli counterpart, Ruven Rivlin, meet in Jerusalem Monday where the two spoke about strengthening security ties, combating terrorism, and progressing the peace process with the Palestinian people.

During a press conference in Jerusalem held with Rivlin, Trump spoke about the threat Iran poses to the world and and the region, saying that "never ever" can Iran "posses a nuclear weapon."

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