Iran says it does not seek escalation or war after attack

The U.S. and Iran are still far from any negotiations, with Iranian leaders still calling for all U.S. troops to leave the Mideast.
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You heard president trump saying, we are ready to embrace peace when it comes to Iran, but how did the Iranians respond? ABC's chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz, she's been in Tehran for days now. And Martha with us live tonight. What are you hearing on the ground, Martha? Reporter: Well, David, tonight, the threat of all-out war here certainly seems over for now. The foreign minister tweeting that Iran has concluded proportion Nate measures, adding that Iran does not seek escalation or war, but they are a long way from any sort of negotiations, as president trump suggested. They simply don't trust him. And there is still fiery rhetoric coming from officials here. On live TV today, Iran's supreme leader calling the Iranian missile strike a slap in the face delivered to America and calling for all U.S. Troops to get out of the mideast. So, David, while the heat may be turned way down, this standoff with Iran is far from over. All right, Martha, thank you. We, of course, are also

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