U.S. President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron walk from the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, U.S., April 23, 2018. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts/File Photo
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Tehran has signaled that if Trump pulls out of the deal on May 12 – when he faces a deadline on whether to restore sanctions on Iran – the most likely result is that Tehran would also withdraw from the deal.Macron is not so sure that Iran would withdraw from the deal.Macron has pushed Trump privately and publicly to keep the Iran deal. Macron sees it as part of a dismaying pattern from an administration that has decided to pull out of the Paris climate accord and the Trans-Pacific Partnership, weakened its commitment to the World Trade Organization and now seems determined to scuttle the pact with Iran.But Macron is also critical of Iran. In any event, Macron is determined not to wring his hands, but rather to find a way forward.While this may sound like Trump, Macron is actually suggesting something quite different.In other words, were Iran to agree to start talking about these new issues, the current deal would stay intact.
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