Trump to meet Italian premier ahead of G-7 meeting in Italy

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Yet he pointedly stopped sort of telegraphing whether or not the US would stay in.

President Donald Trump says Iran is not living up to the "spirit" of the nuclear agreement.

Italy said the US strikes were "proportionate" given the "war crimes" committed by the Assad government.

- He sees no military role for the stabilizing Libya.

Last month, House Republican leaders pulled a health care bill from consideration when it became clear they lacked the votes to pass it. Mr. Trump rejected the characterization that it was a setback for his administration.

Yet the president seems keenly aware that his indecisiveness about the deal's future is a step back from his campaign declaration that as president he would rip it up or renegotiate.

Trump says Iran is doing "a tremendous disservice" to the agreement brokered by the Obama administration. But the USA must decide next month whether to renew a waiver so that Iran can continue receiving sanctions relief.

According to a statement, Donald Trump will welcome Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni at the White House Thursday, the United States president's first in-person meeting with the Italian leader. Trump supported Britain's decision to leave the European Union and has previously said he expected other countries to do the same.

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Trump expressed "our condolences from our country to the people of France".

President Donald Trump does not see a United States role in helping its European allies build a government in Libya.

Trump also says he is optimistic that a funding deal will be reached to keep the federal government open ahead of next week's deadline. In addition, he said this week he would make "some very big changes" to the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico or "we are going to get rid of NAFTA for once and for all".

Trump was quick to dismiss the notion that the USA would get involved in Libya, saying, "I do not see a role in Libya".

Trump says the agreement was "a awful agreement".

Italy is also a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation military alliance and a partner in the US-led anti-ISIS campaign in Iraq and Syria - a fight that Trump has sought to ramp up in his quest to destroy the terrorist group, as he promised on the campaign trail.

"We don't know whether or not they're able to do that, but I have absolute confidence that he will be trying very, very hard", Trump said, referring to Chinese President Xi Jinping.