While President Trump seems to be standing down on further military action against Iran, the question of ‘why’ the White House isn’t retaliating remains. Loren DeJonge Schulman and Hagar Chemali join Ali Velshi to discuss what the road ahead looks like for the U.S. relationship with Iran.
Watch the full conversation below:
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