'Grave error': France's Macron berates Trump for threatening Iran nuclear deal

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Trump has repeatedly suggested he could pull the USA from the deal. "Because it is a good deal, essential to peace at a time where the risk of an infernal spiral can not be excluded", Macron said.

Trump said that the world could not let a "murderous regime" continue to destabilise the Middle East while also "building unsafe missiles" and that the U.S. "cannot abide by an agreement if it provides cover for the eventual construction of a nuclear programme".

"I've always thought of that", he said. It would be "a grave error" to renounce or fail to respect it, he said, adding he told both USA and Iranian leaders that yesterday. "I didn't understand it", Macron later told reporters.

Meanwhile, Trump announced in June that he would withdraw the US from the Paris Agreement on climate change, to which almost every country in the world is a signatory.

"We have a disagreement on climate".

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"Renouncing it would be a grave error, not respecting it would be irresponsible, because it is a good accord that is essential to peace at a time where the risk of an infernal conflagration can not be excluded", Macron said.

That crucial need to keep Trump on-side in worldwide agreements-key to the United Nations -is one big reason Macron's relationship with him appears increasingly important.

The military parade was "I think a tremendous thing for France and for the spirit of France", Trump said Monday. He pitched the idea to French President Emmanuel Macron, saying that he thought the Bastille Day parade was an impressive display of France's military.

Iris Mittenaere invited surprise of the "One man show" of Emmanuel Macron in New YorkOn official trip to New York, Emmanuel Macron gave an appointment to the French expatriate community. "But we have to recognize we have our disagreements".

"I am at the United Nations and a journalist offered to do an interview on my diplomatic policy, and I did it", Macron said. "They say things as they are", Besson adds - even if their words are worlds apart.