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Jeb Bush said Donald Trump would be a "chaos president". And last week, Trump lived up to the billing, choosing to defy virtually the entire world, including America's closest European allies, and raising tensions in the most unstable part of the globe, the Middle East.If there is a strategy behind Trump's move, it is probably regime change in Tehran. His closest advisers have long championed regime change and have argued that the best approach toward Iran is a combination of sanctions, support for opposition groups, and military intervention. Both Bolton and Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani have given paid speeches for the MEK, and in Paris last July, Bolton declared that the United States should pursue regime change in Iran so that the Islamic Republic would not celebrate its 40th birthday (which would be in 2019). Thus, three of Trump's closest advisers right now have views on Iran that are so extreme that it is hard to think of anyone outside of Saudi Arabia or Israel who shares them.Iran is a repressive and anti-American regime that has spread its influence in the Middle East, often to America's detriment. Iran is a complicated country with a complicated regime.
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