SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Hillary Clinton is defending the landmark nuclear accord with Iran championed by President Barack Obama and other world powers.
Donald Trump has criticized the diplomatic agreement aimed at dismantling Iran's nuclear program in exchange for easing global economic sanctions.
Clinton challenges the presumptive Republican nominee to answer how he would deal with Iran in the absence of a nuclear deal.
Trump has argued that his experience negotiating business deals would have allowed him to strike a better deal with Iran and has also said he would have walked away from a bad deal.
Clinton says that while that might work in negotiating a golf course deal, "it doesn't work like that in world affairs."
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