(Worthy News) - President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron said Thursday they agree on the need to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons, and hope to renew talks with Tehran.
“I don’t think we have differences over Iran,” Mr. Trump told reporters during a meeting in France. “The president [Mr. Macron] doesn’t want to see Iran have nuclear weapons and neither do it.”
Mr. Macron said “we do share the same objective.” [ Source: Washington Times (Read More...) ]
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