REPORT: Trump releases statement on possible negotiations with Iran

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BY TEAM DML / JANUARY 12, 2020 /

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President Trump said Sunday that he “couldn’t care less” if Iranian officials wish to negotiate with the U.S., a remark that comes shortly after his national security adviser went on television to tout how the administration’s “maximum pressure” campaign would force Tehran to the negotiating table.

“National Security Adviser suggested today that sanctions & protests have Iran ‘choked off’, will force them to negotiate. Actually, I couldn’t care less if they negotiate. Will be totally up to them but, no nuclear weapons and ‘don’t kill your protesters.,” Trump tweeted.

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His comments came after Robert O’Brien said on “Fox News Sunday” that Iran would soon have “no choice” but to engage diplomatically with the Trump administration, arguing that new sanctions passed were successfully ramping up the pressure on Tehran.

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