U.S. will eventually rejoin nuclear deal, Iranian President Rouhani says

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Rouhani said that U.S. President Donald Trump's anti-Iran UN speech "did not bring any achievement" to him, the Press TV reported.

On Tuesday, President Hassan Rouhani stated at the UN General Assembly session that if the USA wants to return to the JCPOA and cooperate, it should know that "it would be much easier to return to six months ago than six years back".

Trump had launched into what sounded more like a campaign speech ahead of November's congressional elections, boasting in trademark fashion of how "in less than two years my administration has accomplished more than nearly any administration in the history of our country". "Behind our backs, they laugh at us because of our own stupidity", he said in an appearance on Larry King Live three decades ago, according to NPR.

He pointed to an effort by the European Union, France, Germany, the UK, China and Russian Federation - the remaining signatories to the nuclear deal - to create a mechanism to help Iran trade and avoid USA attempts to choke its economy.

MICHELE KELEMEN, BYLINE: The five veto holders on the Security Council negotiated that deal to limit Iran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief.

'Mr. Trump's trip to the United Nations this week put the United States on an increasingly unsafe path in which we are wooing conflict with powerful countries that do not seek it, ' said Obama's former advisor.

So, the fake news said people laughed at President Trump.

The legal entity will allow European companies to continue to trade with Iran in accordance with the EU law and could be open to other partners in the world, Mogherini said. Iran's leaders have claimed the U.S.is fomenting this unrest and pushing for regime change, though the White House has officially denied this.

"The most important thing that I think was clear in this year's General Assembly was Iran's righteousness and America's bullying".

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Later, as he was leaving the United Nations, he told reporters that he had meant to be amusing.

The Iranian president touched on the administration of US President Donald Trump's abortive attempts to put pressure on Iran and show it as an isolated country at the world body. The country's behavior will be a major focus on Wednesday when Trump leads a meeting of the U.N. Security Council.

At a news conference on Thursday following his return to Tehran, Rouhani said of the annual United Nations gathering, "The Americans had no achievements in this public assembly".

KELEMEN: Wallstrom says the deal is working, adding that European countries are figuring out ways to shield their companies from US sanctions.

But Macron's harshest criticism had to do with the Paris climate agreement, which Trump withdrew the US from in 2017.

The administration says China is hurting farmers and workers in pro-Trump states and districts.

"I've had numerous accusations about me", Trump said.

"It's so true", Trump continued, before acknowledging the laughter.

On Wednesday, President Rouhani met with prime ministers of Malaysia, Japan and Italy, and the president of Switzerland.