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Iran-US Relations / Nuclear Deal / Kahl Interview #1124343

CNN Evening News for Monday, May 07, 2018
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(Studio: John Berman) The plans for President Trump to announce his position on the Iran nuclear deal tomorrow noted. A report from "New Yorker" that an Israeli intelligence firm, Black Cube, is trying to undermine the Iran nuclear deal by criticizing of the officials who worked on the deal under former President Obama noted. [In interview, former deputy asst. to Obama Colin KAHL†- says he was told by two newspapers that Trump aides had hired an Israeli intelligence firm to dig up dirt on him & Ben Rhodes to discredit the deal, what the Black Cube is saying, the public smear campaign by Trump aides against Rhodes, his view that this is weird & creepy: an approach through his wife.]
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Berman, John
Duration:
00:05:20

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