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Vermont senator Bernie Sanders said during the PBS Democratic presidential debate that he plans to stop Iran from continuing to sponsor international terrorism by improving “relations” between our two countries.
“The idea that we maybe someday have decent relations with Iran, maybe put pressure on them so they end their support for terrorism around the world, yeah, that is something I want to achieve,” said Sanders. “And I believe that the best way to do that is to be aggressive, to be principled, but to have the goal of trying to improve relations."
"That’s how you make peace in the world," he continued. "You sit down and you work with people, you make demands of people, and, in this case, demanding Iran stop their support of international terrorism.”
Watch his comments below.