French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday reaffirmed the long-lasting and strong bond between the United States and France before a joint session of Congress, calling for the two countries to continue to “work closely together” as they battle terrorism both in the Middle East and at home and to prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons. During the address, Macron left open the door to a new Iran nuclear deal that would address Republican concerns over the initial agreement signed under the Obama Administration.
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