WASHINGTON - French President Emmanuel Macron is likely to round off his state visit to the United States by making the case yet again for not scrapping a deal on Iran's nuclear programme but adding elements to meet the demands of US President Donald Trump instead.
The 2015 deal, called Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), is up for re-certification by the American President on May 12, but its fate is up in the air as Mr Trump strongly objects to it and has even called the deal "insane".
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