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Hostages Released as White House Gave Iran $400 million

Rebeccah L. Heinrichs

Hudson Institute fellow Rebeccah Heinrichs discusses the latest report that the White House paid Iran $400 million in January 2016. The timing of this payment coincides with the release of American hostages in Iran earlier this year.

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