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Sen. Graham: U.S. can deal 'fatal blows' to Iran, North Korea in 2018

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(Worthy News) - Current and former U.S. officials said President Donald Trump's response to Iranian protests could have long-term effects on nuclear tensions with North Korea.

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., praised Trump's foreign policy while appearing on CBS's Face the Nation on Sunday, stating Trump's handling of the situation could send a message to North Korea.

"Now, the Iranians are watching the way he engages with North Korea, and vice versa," Graham said of Trump. "So, we've got a chance here to deliver some fatal blows to really bad actors in 2018. But if we blink, God help us all," he said.

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