Within the week, Trump must decide if the USA will continue to waive sanctions on Iran or move to withdraw from the nuclear deal.
President Donald Trump is famously opposed to the agreement, which offered Iran relief from major economic sanctions in exchange for a curb on nuclear programs. In January, the last time he signed off on the pact, the president warned that it faced a "last chance".
They include Iran's ballistic missile program and its involvement in Mideast conflicts, issues that aren't part of the worldwide agreement. Trump has strongly criticised the agreement, which he calls "insane".
Leaders in France, as well as the United Kingdom and Germany, which are also part of the agreement, have called on Trump to work with Iran. "China trades with Iran and the Europeans aren't budging from their position" supporting the agreement.
"Now that these handcuffs are in place, I see no possible advantage in casting them aside. Indeed, at this moment Britain is working alongside the Trump administration and our French and German allies to ensure that they are", he wrote.
The U.K. ambassador to the U.S., Sir Kim Darroch, told "Face the Nation" Sunday that Mr. Trump told British Prime Minister Theresa May there was no decision yet regarding the May 12 deadline.
In a magazine interview, French President Emmanuel Macron warned a decision by Mr Trump to withdraw could lead to war. France's President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, both met Trump a week ago tried to underscore the importance of staying in the JCPOA but from the noises coming out of White House, most are assuming the worst - of US walking out.
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The Guardian reported that the investigators were also ordered to investigate several journalists and media outlets covering the deal process at the time -including the New York Times, MSNBC Television, the Atlantic, Vox and Haaretz- in order to find out if Kahl, Rhodes, or any other chief negotiators had leaked sensitive or classified information to the journalists, thus committing a crime. The president believes the terms of the agreement are too lenient.
There are three capabilities Iran must possess to become a threshold nuclear weapons state: enriched uranium, delivery systems, and weaponization.
"America is making a mistake if it leaves the nuclear accord", Rouhani said.
Since the accord between Iran and the six world powers was signed in Vienna in July 2015, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has repeatedly confirmed Iran's compliance with its commitments.
Netanyahu said that Israel was "determined to block Iran's aggression against us even if this means a struggle".