Macron ends visit by daring US to 'make the planet great again'

Macron ends visit by daring US to 'make the planet great again'

French President Emmanuel Macron said Wednesday he believes U.S. President Donald Trump will pull the United States out of the Iran nuclear deal with Tehran to restrain its nuclear weapons development. Yemeni rebels say they have fired missiles and drones at the state-run oil company Aramco eight times since last month, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The French president was the first foreign leader to be honoured with a state visit since Mr Trump entered the White House, and seemed delighted to bask in the attention.

He also spoke of the "tremendous challenge" facing America's younger generation as it grapples with global issues like climate change and geo-politics, but offered words of encouragement.

"There will be more discussions between the French president and the president of the U.S. and those discussions can build on the continued implementation of the Iranian nuclear agreement".

The deal was signed between Russia, China, Germany, Britain, France, the United States and Iran, placing restrictions prohibiting nuclear science by Iran in exchange for the lifting of U.S. -imposed sanctions.

Trump laid trans-Atlantic divisions bare, pillorying a three-year old agreement designed to curb Iran's nuclear programme.

Meanwhile, Israel criticizes it because it is temporary as it freezes Iran's nuclear activity only for ten years instead of putting an end to it. Later on, Israel began to see that the deal also failed in linking this activity to Iran's regional behavior.

Upgrade your inbox and get our Daily Dispatch and Editor's Picks. "The question is whether, and in what circumstances, Iran would be ready to enter into such a process", he added.

Adelman said Macron did well in his speech, and that he thinks the most likely path forward is a supplemental agreement to the original nuclear deal.

The pair make a decidedly odd couple.

To view PDF documents, Download Acrobat Reader. It preserves Europe's aspiration for an alliance with the America described in his speech, the America of Lincoln and both Roosevelts.

Mr Trump gushed: "They're all saying what a great relationship we have, and they're actually correct, we do have a very special relationship". She invited Ivanka Trump to appear at a panel discussion alongside herself and several other distinguished female politicians; the result was that the president's daughter appeared foolish and out of place. For good measure, he pointedly asked climate change deniers to confront the consequences if they proved to be wrong. "I never said, 'I will convince Mr. Trump,'" said Macron, raising his fist and using a mocking tone. Many high-profile figures in France are supporters of the resistance and are regular participants in the many events organised to raise awareness about the plight of the people of Iran.

Other Twitter users laid bare some examples of how the French leader's policies are proving destructive to the environment. He has on occasion exaggerated his influence over his American counterpart.

What's possible is that Kim thinks here is a president who means "fire and fury" when he says "fire and fury".

However, Macron, who is called the "Trump whisperer" and was expected to use his closeness to the US president to save the deal, might have run too far ahead of the rest.

Meanwhile, Iran's President Hassan Rouhani yesterday questioned the legitimacy of demands for a fresh nuclear agreement with Teheran.

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