President Trump and Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni delivered remarks to reporters and responded to questions. President Trump told reporters that he didn’t see a role for the U.S. in Libya. He added that the U.S. “has enough roles” and the primary role will be combating ISIS. The president took questions on North Korea, U.S. relations with China, the future of health care legislation, and offered his condolences on the shooting in Paris that occurred shortly before the start of the joint news conference. On Iran, President Trump said the country was not living up to the spirit of the Iran deal and reiterated that the agreement shouldn’t have been signed. President Trump will attend the G-7 Summit in Sicily in May and said he looked forward to meeting the Pope. close
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