Lawmakers are widely expected, for example, to change the frequency with which Trump has to report to Congress that Iran is complying with the pact.
Fadavi also said that he planned to boost Iran's naval presence in the Persian Gulf and nearby Sea of Oman, saying, "We should also deploy in the free waters in future".
Yet, for the first time, the American president hinted that he might be interested in a European idea, promoted by the French president, of brokering an add-on deal to cover wider American concerns about Iran.
Iranian Revolutionary Guard speedboats cruise past an oil tanker off the port of Bandar Abbas, in southern Iran, on July 2, 2012.
Macron was speaking as part of his visit to the United States.
"It's best to discreetly let them know they have a 'situation' they should attend to", she laughs.
Under Macron's proposal, the United States and Europe would agree to block any Iranian nuclear activity until 2025 and beyond, address Iran's ballistic missile program and generate conditions for a political solution to contain Iran in Yemen, Syria, Iraq and Lebanon. Dan Sullivan, R-Alaska, said the nuclear deal was not supported by the Congress. The committee's senior Democrat, Sen.
He spoke about the so-called small initiative group that had been created in France earlier to settle the situation in Syria. "We are seeking a supplemental agreement that would in some fashion layer upon it a series of additional rules". I'm no fan of Melania, but I feel for her a tiny bit.
Commenting on Trump's decision to exit the Paris agreement last year, the French President underscored that he had coaxed Trump to return to the agreement, adding that climate change was a global issue, The Hill reported. She is also a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and a professor of practice at the London School of Economics.
"Together with a leader of a European country they say: 'We want to decide on an agreement reached by seven parties'". Imagine marrying a guy for his money and then being thrust into the international spotlight, having to pretend you don't loathe the loaf of unbaked bread you married.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel will hold talks with Trump in Washington on Friday.
Perhaps this is what was on Melania's mind during the previously mentioned awkward moment?
Trump and Macron appeared to be getting along very well, and Macron gave a speech to Congress where he honored the American military. A centrist in France, he's currently criticized more from the left than the right, notably for ending France's famed worker protection, and he's often derided as the president of the rich.
But he warned against simply abandoning the multination Iran nuclear deal, as Trump has considered, promoting a "more comprehensive deal" that he has been discussing with White House officials during his U.S. visit.
He must declare by 12 May if he will essentially walk away from the existing deal when the renewal deadline arrives or stay in.
"How can a tradesman, a merchant, a building constructor, a tower constructor make judgments about international affairs?" Rouhani said, referring to Trump's career as a property developer.