Trump in final Israel speech: Iran will not have nuclear weapons

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 23, 2017 14:47
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US President Donald Trump on Tuesday vowed to Israel that "Iran will not have nuclear weapons."

Trump made the remarks about Jerusalem's arch-foe in a final speech at the Israel Museum before concluding the second leg of his first foreign tour as president. "America's security partnership with Israel is stronger than ever. With my administration you see the difference, a big big beautiful difference," he said in reference to the previous White House administration of Barack Obama.

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