US President Donald Trump speaks with reporters outside the White House prior to his departure aboard Marine One on October 7, 2017. AFP / Alex EDELMAN
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U.S. President Donald Trump's expected move to "de-certify" the international nuclear deal with Iran is driving a wedge between Europe and the United States and bringing Europeans closer to Russia and China, Germany said Thursday.Senior U.S. officials, European allies and prominent U.S. lawmakers have told Trump that refusing to certify the deal would leave the U.S. isolated, concede the diplomatic high ground to Tehran, and ultimately risk the unravelling of the agreement.Signed by the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia, China, the European Union and Iran, the deal lifted sanctions on Tehran in exchange for curbs on its nuclear work.Ultimately, Gabriel told the newspaper group, there were only three countries -- the United States, Russia and China -- that could avert a new nuclear arms race.
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