Iran FM slams 'worn-out' U.S. nuclear accusations
The review was to determine "where Iran is in compliance with the (nuclear) deal" and "to make recommendations to the president on the path forward", Spicer said.
Robbin pointed to Bush's order of a National Security Council review of a 1972 us anti-ballistic missile treaty with the Soviet Union - a review that led to a recommendation of a withdrawal and a Bush decision to do so. Iran has also sent military advisers and fighters to neighbouring Iraq, where they are taking part in the Baghdad government's operations against Islamic State.
"I think the Iran deal is the dumbest deal you could imagine".
- The U.S.is committed to a strong Europe, though he didn't say directly whether he prefers that the European Union stay intact.
President Donald Trump, right, shakes hands with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni, left, following their news conference in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Thursday, April 20, 2017.
The next test of Mr Trump's stance on Iran will come next month when he must decide whether to extend sanctions waivers for the country.
In the deal, countries were to lift trade sanctions against Iran, in exchange for the country halting development on its nuclear programme.
During the presidential campaign, Mr Trump described the JCPOA as the "worst deal ever negotiated". Trump said that "many" things had happened since his recent meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping to suggest China was serious about using its influence over the North. "The evidence is clear - Iran's provocative actions threaten the USA, the region and the world".
It is another example of buying off a power who has nuclear ambitions; we buy them off for a short period of time and then someone has to deal with it later.
Rex Tillerson, the U.S. secretary of state, accused Tehran of "alarming provocations" throughout the Middle East, only 24 hours after admitting Iran was abiding by the terms of a deal to curb its nuclear programme.
Analysts say promising help's on the way - when it's not - could rattle our allies in Asia, counting on the USA for protection from another missile launch.
The decision the administration is considering "is if providing additional such relief will be in the national security interests of the United States", the official said.
But after he took office, the USA president has not yet explicitly said he would pull out from the historic agreement.
Grappling with other national security concerns, Trump said he did not see a role for the U.S.in Libya, adding that the U.S.
"There have been cases in which a review has resulted in withdrawing from an agreement, so it is certainly possible in this [JCPOA] case", he said.