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President Trump answered a question by Fox News’ John Roberts on trade talks with China at a G7 summit press conference with the French President, Emmanuel Macron.
President Trump on Monday raised tensions over the Iranian nuclear program as he expressed optimism about the potential to reach a new deal with the Islamic nation, while insisting he does not want to go to war.
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“I have very good feelings about it,” Trump said in France during a joint press conference with the French President, Emmanuel Macron.
Trump pulled the United States out of the international nuclear deal, the JCPOA, say, it did enough to protect the Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon.
“I must say that the JCPOA was a bad business, should which is not registered,” Trump said, citing what he believes to be lack of control capacity, and deal with the lack of detection of ballistic missiles.
Since leaving the JCPOA, Trump sanctions imposed, the strong, the Iranian economy damaged – something that argues the President has, which ultimately leads to a better agreement.
“Iran is said to be a country that was not the same country it is,” Trump, on the economic impact of U.S. sanctions.
In the past few months, Iran has responded to the sanctions with aggression, including the shooting down of an American drone, and attacks on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. Iran is also alleged that caps the enrichment of uranium in concentrations that exceeded the set of the JCPOA.
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Macron announced on Monday that Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Trump are both willing to have a meeting, and that “France will play a role.”
Trump said the talks could start within weeks.
“I believe that Iran wants to straightened this situation,” Trump said. He said that if Iran needs economic incentives, the United States and other countries, could extend a letter of credit secured by oil, but he would not give them money.
Trump said that Iran’s current economic problems lead him to believe that Iran is willing to make a deal to cover would, of ballistic missiles and make sure that Iran does not develop nuclear weapons.
The President also reiterated his claim that he does not want to go to war with Iran, and that he intends to work with its current leadership-despite the recent acts of aggression.
“I think Iran is said to be a country with tremendous potential,” Trump. “We are not changing in search of leadership … that doesn’t work.”