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He intends to run on a progressive platform, stating that the US is driven by "gross differences in opportunity and outcome" AP The Montana governor announced his bid on 14 May.He stated "We need to defeat Donald Trump in 2020 and defeat the corrupt system that lets campaign money drown out the people's voice, so we can finally make good on the promise of a fair shot for everyone." He also highlighted the fact that he won the governor's seat in a red [Republican] state Reuters The former California attorney general will be running for president in 2020.“The Zarif surprise visit indicates the seriousness of the negotiations and backchannel talks that are happening at the moment through France.” Mr Macron was reportedly attempting to broker a deal between Tehran and Washington that would keep Iran in the JCPOA, the nuclear agreement, in exchange for easing some restrictions on Iranian oil sales.
Mr Zarif’s visit has also enraged ideologically committed Washington hardliners who have the president’s ear on Iran policy and have been goading the White House to continue a policy of “maximum pressure” against Tehran.However, Merkel and Macron had both urged Trump to remain in the deal known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.“I believe we need to use every possible tool to further our country’s national interests,” Mr Rouhani said during a speech broadcast on state television.The Trump administration’s top security officials, including secretary of state Mike Pompeo and national security adviser John Bolton, have also repeatedly staked out a tough set of conditions for lifting sanctions on Iran that are crippling its economy. The sanctions are absolutely hurting them horribly. They’re great people.” But Mr Trump is also motivated to make a deal.“They’re really hurting badly,” Mr Trump said on Monday. With his trade war against China damaging the world economy, and his international friends such as Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman and Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro under worldwide condemnation, as well as negotiations with North Korea over its weapons programmes bogged down, Mr Trump could use a foreign policy victory ahead of 2020 elections.