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August 6, 2016 1:30 pm

Iran TV Claims Cash Sent by Obama Administration Was ‘Expensive Price’ Paid to Free Hostages

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The Central Bank of Iran (main building). Photo: Orijentolog.

The Central Bank of Iran (main building). Photo: Orijentolog.

Iranian television has broadcast what some say is purported footage of the $400 million pallets of cash that officials claim was part of the “expensive price” paid by the Obama administration to free several U.S. hostages.

The footage, which could not be independently verified, shows images of large stacks of hard currency and features claims that the Obama administration sent this money over as part of an effort to free several U.S. hostages. The White House vehemently denied these claims this week following new reports about the cash exchange.

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