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>> Find out, you'll find out about that.>> Multiple sources say it appears that US President Donald Trump has already made up his mind to pull out of the Iran deal. He's expected to officially announce his decision today. But that doesn't mean the deal is just going to go away.
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Because France has said that it, along with allies Britain and Germany, will remain in the deal regardless of what Trump does. They say the deal has helped keep nuclear weapons out of Iran's hands. And that weakening it further would only serve to aggravate the region where Iran already has many enemies and has a military footprint in Syria, Iraq, Yemen, and Lebanon.
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>> What we can do is be tougher on them in other respects.>> On Monday, British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson was the latest official from the European allies to visit Washington in last ditch efforts to save the deal, after France's president and the German chancellor in the last two weeks.
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>> Can build around the deal a superstructure, if you like, of agreements. Tackle the ICBMs, tackle the interference that they're engaging in in countries in the region.>> A senior US official said the Europeans had moved significantly to address Trump's concerns, which include the fact that the deal doesn't address Iran's ballistic missile program.
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What effect those moves may have is unclear.>>
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> Iran's President Hassan Rouhani, meanwhile, says that his country will continue domestic development even if it's hit with more sanctions. Iran's currency is trading at record lows against the dollar. And its analysts fear more sanctions will hurt the country's already troubled economy.