Trump reimposes sanctions on Iran

President Trump says “anyone doing business with Iran will not be doing business with the United States.” It follows a presidential order re-imposing sanctions that the Obama administration suspended under a multi-national nuclear deal with Iran. The U.S. withdrew from that agreement in May. Weijia Jiang reports.

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Paul Manafort's deputy Rick Gates told his fraud trial Monday that the two men committed crimes together as he began testifying at the former Trump campaign chief's fraud trial. Gates was given a deal by Robert Mueller's special counsel probe to become star witness at the fraud trial of his former boss. In return he could receive a lower sentence. Manafort stared at Gates as he began his evidence by detailing the plea deal, in which he admitted to two charges, one of conspiracy against the United States, and the other of making a false statement to the FBI. He was asked by Uzo Asonye, the prosecutor: 'Were you involved in any criminal activity with Mr Manafort?' He replied: 'Yes.' Original Article: Original Video: Daily Mail Facebook: Daily Mail IG: Daily Mail Snap: Daily Mail Twitter: Daily Mail Pinterest: Daily Mail Google+: Get the free Daily Mail mobile app:
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