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This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise, Kelley Audie Cornish. President Trump chaired a meeting of the UN Security Council. Earlier today that meeting highlighted the divisions. Among world powers over how to deal with Iran. Trump administration officials have been talking tough about Iran all week and defending the US decision to pull out of the nuclear deal. But America's European allies are still trying to salvage it as NPR's. Michelle Kellerman reports the five veto holder on the security. Council negotiated that deal the limit Iran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief, but Trump withdrew the US from it earlier this year and is reimposing sanctions. A message e hammered home as he sat in the Security Council presidency today all US nuclear related. Sanctions will be in full force by early November. They will be in full force after that the United States will pursue additional sanctions tougher than ever before to counter the entire range of Iran's malign Kanda. French president Emmanuel Macron said there needs to be a long term strategy. Not just sanctions and containment. President Trump heard a lot of council members defend the Iran nuclear deal as he presided over the meeting which was subdued with members reading written statements, and no back and forth. Debate eight came a day after Trump told the UN he rejects what he calls the ideology. Globalism Sweden's foreign minister Margot Wallstrom was still responding to that as she entered the council today saying Iran is one of those challenges that needs a multilateral list approach. We have tried.