WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump will say Friday the Iran nuclear deal is no longer in America's national security interests, but he won't withdraw from the landmark 2015 accord or immediately re-impose sanctions against Tehran, according to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, other U.S. officials and outside advisers to the administration. Trump's speech from the White House on Friday afternoon will outline specific faults he finds in the pact but will also focus on an array of Iran's troubling non-nuclear activities, said Tillerson and other officials and advisers. Those include Tehran's ballistic missile program, support for Syrian President Bashar Assad, Lebanon's Hezbollah movement and other groups that destabilize the region, including...
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Tillerson: Trump Will Scorn but Not Bolt from Iran Nuke Deal