In this picture taken on Tuesday, May 10, 2016, a book seller arranges US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's book "Hard Choices" translated to Persian during Tehran's International Book Fair in Iran. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)
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After decades of officially imposed detachment from the "Great Satan," Iranians are this time transfixed by the wild U.S. presidential campaign, mindful that the next White House occupant could have direct impact on their lives.Iran and America have not restored the official diplomatic ties that were cut after the 1979 Islamic Revolution and U.S. Embassy takeover. Although there are no polls about Iranians' views on the U.S. presidential campaign, there is a sense of apprehension regarding Trump, even though some consider his criticism mostly bluster.Trimming a customer's hair, barber Hossein Pourebrahim said he wanted Trump to win – but out of enmity to the United States.It would work against Iran's current President Hassan Rouhani, a relative moderate whose administration championed the nuclear deal.Iran has conducted ballistic missile tests criticized by the U.S., briefly captured 10 American sailors and carried out other naval maneuvers criticized by the U.S. in the Gulf in recent months.
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