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Gov. Bobby Jindal on rejecting the Iran deal, how U.S. could become a Greek tragedy MP3

GWEN IFILL: The Iran nuclear deal is just one of the many issues that could be turned inside out by the next president of the United States. We turn now to another of our periodic conversations with the candidates running for the job, Republican Bobby Jindal, the governor of Louisiana. Welcome, Governor. GOV. BOBBY JINDAL, Republican Presidential Candidate: Gwen, thank you for having me. GWEN IFILL: You said toda... Source: pbs.org

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