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Donald Trump is notorious in the business world for stiffing other companies when it's time to pay the bill – offering partial settlement of what he owes and proposing to negotiate the rest.It fuels regional feuds that Trump can't control and provokes disputes with both allies and adversaries that may frustrate America's interest in curbing Iran's bad behavior.On the nuclear deal, Trump's speech was heading in two directions at once.Facing so many flashpoints in trying to contain Iran, Trump has chosen to put the nuclear issue center stage, once again. Rather than focusing on Iranian behavior, Congress and foreign allies will instead be preoccupied anew with Trump's threatening statements about the future of the nuclear agreement. It will be about Trump, more than Iran.
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