President Donald Trump leveled dire warnings at Iran and signaled an interest in an unspecified new deal to rein in Tehran, echoing a suggestion from French President Emmanuel Macron after the two leaders met Tuesday at the White House.
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Macron said the U.S. and France were obligated to join together to fight extremism, racism, inequality, and environmental degradation across the globe.