Trump on Thursday accused Iran of supporting terrorism and exporting "violence and chaos across the Middle East".
The president is now deciding whether to decertify the Irannuclear deal brokered by the Obama administration.
The president's advisors are "undoubtedly aware the president's choice will most likely undermine or end USA participation in the nuclear deal, split us from our European allies, reduce the constraints on Iran's nuclear programme, and reduce America's global credibility and negotiating power", says Emma Ashford of the Cato Institute, a U.S. libertarian think tank. If he argues that Iran is not in compliance, that could cause an American withdrawal from the global pact.
Trump is likely to announce his plans in a speech next week in which he will say the agreement was not in United States national interest, the officials said.
The Latest on President Donald Trump warning of "the calm before the storm".
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During a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing, Mattis was asked whether he believed it was now in the United States national security interest to remain in the agreement.
In a meeting with the military leaders, Trump emphasised that Iran must not be allowed to obtain the nuclear weapons.
If he fails to certify the accord, Congress will decide whether to re-impose economic sanctions on Iran.
After meeting with military officials, US President, Donald trump stated that now is the "calm before the storm", but did not tell any details.
But Trump would hold off on recommending Congress reimpose sanctions on Iran, The Washington Post reported, citing four unidentified people "familiar with aspects of the president's thinking".
The White House press office has not clarified the comment. If one of those next steps is to reinstitute sanctions on Iran, then the deal will be dead.
Witnesses told media that the man, in his 50s, had been working as a night guard at the nursery for eight years. About 50 people were sent to hospital with injuries, said Bruno Ataide Santos , director of the local hospital.
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We just have to keep working hard - that's all you can do, and then give your best every time [you go out on the pitch]. The Toffees are a lowly 16th in the Premier League and have taken just seven points from seven games so far this term.
A SC woman's mail delivery was anything but routine as her postal carrier handed her thousands of dollars worth of illegal drugs. Police think whoever sent them meant for them to go to the woman's old address, which is now a vacant apartment.
Bloody riots in 2012 forced over 100,000 Rohingya to flee to refugee camps in southeast Bangladesh, where many still live. Hindus and ethnic Rakhine were also among the dead - allegedly killed by Rohingya militants.
The vote did not have any census controls, electoral board or official vote-counting teams or global observers of any weight. It could intervene and suspend the autonomous status of Catalonia , an unprecedented step in 40 years of Spanish democracy.
It reads, "Ingredients required to be declared on the label or labeling of food must be listed by their common or usual name". Nevertheless, despite disappointment, Gates said his company will comply with the FDA's rules.
Vinnik, a 37-year-old Russian national, has been indicted by a USA grand jury on 21 counts related to financial crimes. Vinnik's attorneys have already filed a formal challenge with Greek's highest court, the AP report said .
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Shah skips march on Vijayan turf
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Google introduces its first wireless earphones
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Palestine cabinet pledges to end split with Hamas
He also withheld salaries for Gaza civil servants. "Everything must be in the hands of the Palestinian Authority (PA)", he added. The rift has left the Palestinians divided between rival governments in territories located on opposite sides of Israel.
Kim Jong Nam murder: pair plead not guilty
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