Impact if U.S. backs out of Iran nuclear deal
French President Emmanuel Macron says he thinks President Trump will back out of the Iran nuclear deal in the next two weeks. Macron capped a three-day state visit with an address to a joint meeting of Congress where he urged the U.S. not to abandon the deal. Margaret Brennan, who spoke to Macron Wednesday, reports.
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