Trump and Macron's 'bromance' continues with kisses, praise

Indeed, Zarif blusters and takes the carrot and stick approach playing the prisoner swap card with the United States nationals now held unjustly in Iran.

"Any change or amendment to the current deal will not be accepted by Iran", said Ali Akbar Velayati, a senior adviser to Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the semi-official Iranian news agency Fars reported. He even criticized trade wars, which are one of our president's most favorite things in the world. But Trump awkwardly fumbles, and Macron tries to finish it off with a kiss on the cheek. It's unclear if the duo's golden shovels are standard issue for White House groundskeeping or if they were used because gold is just Trump's favorite color. Israel and "tradesman" Trump won't determine future of Middle East, said Rouhani.

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And how does Macron respond? "That's exactly what the president asked for", McCarthy said.

"They are always saying what a great relationship we have".

Easy there, froggy. Extreme nationalism is kind of Trump's bread and butter. "Maybe you are going to have to pay.'" - Al Jazeera.

Iran has warned it will ramp up enrichment if Trump walks away from the accord - the next deadline for renewal comes up on May 12 - prompting a blunt warning from the USA leader.

"Qatar has to pay for United States military presence in Syria and send its military forces there, before the USA president cancels U.S. protection of Qatar, which hosts a (US) military base on its lands", al-Jubeir said in a statement carried by the official Saudi Press Agency (SPA) on Thursday.

U.S. President Donald Trump warned Iran on Tuesday not to follow through with threats to restart its nuclear program, as he and French President Emmanuel Macron struggled to find common ground on saving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.

But the insults didn't stop there. Pres Macron added that "France did not want a commercial war".

Melania and Donald have yet to comment on the viral hat situ, but knowing Trump's Twitter history, we wouldn't be surprised if we hear something soon.

Macron did hold out hope that a new comprehensive deal that would address the "legitimate fears" of the US and allies in the region, who say the agreement does not keep Iran from developing ballistic missiles or from destabilizing the Middle East.

It's a situation that Macron believes could soon become far more hard for Europe, the United States, and Iran.

He said: "I think this is what we've been agreeing upon today ..."

Macron also highlighted differences between the USA and France on the environment.

They clearly can't be trusted and are nothing but a bunch of backstabbing, small-portion-eating, beret-tolerant meanies.

We must never forget this verbal attack on our country.

Midway through a three-day state visit by Macron, the two leaders were remarkably chummy, repeatedly shaking hands and extolling each other's friendship.

  • Leroy Wright