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During his three-day visit to the US, French President Emmanuel Macron expressed doubts that the Iran nuclear deal would remain intact, and said that there was little hope his American counterpart would keep his pre-election promise.
He also urged the USA not to abandon the Paris climate change accord, demanding "a planet that's still inhabitable in 25 years".
The two presidents had literally embraced each other, repeatedly talking up their much-vaunted friendship during the trip, but in his speech to Congress Macron rigorously pushed back against Trump's trade, climate and non-proliferation policies. The French leader, who has developed a good relationship with the president, will now likely focus on addressing the consequences that Trump's actions will trigger.
Of course, this became the ideal moment to speculate on why Melania wouldn't hold his hand. She doesn't. "Trump tried to hold Melania's hand and she is not having it man", Colbert said of the tragic incident. "If you just kill the JCPOA, without an option, you'll just open a Pandora's box", he said.
Pressed further on his assertion that he believes Mr. Trump will pull out of the deal, Macron said, "I think so".
It was unclear whether Mr Macron made substantial progress in his efforts to prevent Mr Trump from pulling out of the 2015 deal. He will decide by May 12 whether to restore US economic sanctions on Tehran, which could be a first step to ending the deal.
His comments came at the end of a state visit in which the two leaders discussed differences on global trade and the environment, including the possibility of the U.S. rejoining the Paris climate accord.
"They say that with the certain leader of a European country we want to make a decision about a seven-sided agreement", Rouhani said in a speech broadcast live on state TV.
"We are living in a time of anger and fear" because of "global threats", Macron told lawmakers. "That's exactly what the president asked for", McCarthy said. "A commercial war opposing allies is not consistent with our mission, with our history, with our current commitments for global security". "This is a great honour and seldom allowed to be done.he will be GREAT!"
"The United States is the one who invented this multilateralism", he said.
It's a situation that Macron believes could soon become far more hard for Europe, the United States, and Iran.
"On Iran, we must contextualize this subject within the challenges of the region". Trump also threatened Tehran with retaliation if it restarted its nuclear programme.
Macron again urged adding limitations on Iran's ballistic missile program and limiting Iran's regional influence to a potential new deal.
New measures would include extending restrictions on Iranian nuclear development, parts of which begin to expire in 2025, he said.
"Iran shall never possess any nuclear weapon. Not now, not in five years, not in 10 years, never".
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