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President Trump agreed on Monday to certify again that Iran is complying with an international nuclear agreement that he has strongly criticized, but only after hours of arguing with his top national security advisers, briefly upending a planned announcement as a legal deadline loomed.
On a day in which President Trump’s advisers wanted their boss to focus on an energy speech, his imperiled legislative agenda, and a sit-down with South Korea’s president to dissect how to halt North Korea’s nuclear ambitions, he surprised them.
by Carol Lee, Margherita Stancati | The Wall Street Journal
The U.S. and Saudi Arabia are working on a package of arms deals and financial investments aimed at elevating economic and security cooperation between Washington and Riyadh after several years of strained relations over the U.S. diplomatic outreach to Iran.