At a joint news conference on Thursday, he said Iran is failing to fulfil the "spirit" of its nuclear deal with world powers and that the 2015 agreement shouldn't have been signed. "It shouldn't have been negotiated the way it was negotiated".
Trump's comments came amid a series of highly critical remarks from top administration officials and rebuttals from Tehran over the 2015 deal, which requires Iran to limit its nuclear activities in exchange for sanctions relief from Western powers.
During his campaign, Trump repeatedly criticized the Iran nuclear deal, calling it "the worst deal ever negotiated".
"During the [nuclear deal] negotiations", recalled Parsi in the Times, "Zarif told me numerous times that he was frustrated that Washington didn't recognize that the nuclear deal could be a base rather than the ceiling for American-Iranian relations".
"The Trump administration has no intention of passing the buck to a future administration on Iran", he said at a hurriedly-convened press briefing. But Iran has not lived up to the spirit of the agreement.
"The Trump administration is now conducting a comprehensive review of our Iran policy", he added. It is the first update under the Trump administration. And if it came to that, a ground war against Iran would be far more hard than the ones we fought against Iraq, which is about one-third Iran's size.
"We are reviewing all the status of North Korea both in terms of state sponsorship of terrorism as well as all the other ways we can bring pressure to bear on the regime in Pyongyang to re-engage", said Tillerson.
The certification of Iran's compliance, which must be sent to Congress every 90 days, is the first issued by the Trump administration.
In addition, US President Donald Trump affirmed on Thursday that Iran "is not living up to the spirit" of the nuclear agreement, which he described as awful and badly negotiated.
The US State Department last month announced a range of new sanctions, including 11 specifically against companies or individuals for transfers of "sensitive items" to the Iranian ballistic missile programme. His administration did, however, try to bar Iranians from visiting or immigrating to the USA through a visa ban targeting six majority-Muslim countries.
"Iran is the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism and is responsible for intensifying multiple conflicts and undermining USA interests in countries such as Syria, Yemen, Iraq, and Lebanon, and continuing to support attacks against Israel".
In a report by Express, it was mentioned that Tillerson made several more accusations against Iran, stating that the Islamic Republic supports terrorism, and even goes as far as providing weapons and financial aid to Hamas and other terror groups.
"The evidence is clear: Iran's provocative actions threaten the USA, the region and the world", he said.
Earlier in the week, James Mattis, the Defense Secretary, spoke in Saudi Arabia about the crisis in Yemen and Iran's role.
This sentiment has increased each year we've measured it since 2013, with the turning point to majority support coming in 2014. Among those who think marijuana should be illegal, only half think the federal government should be involved with the states.
The conversation is expected to focus on civic engagement and encouraging the new generation of leaders, something Mr. Former President Barack Obama is scheduled to give his first public speech since leaving The White House in January.
As for the Trump administration's policy, the US officials emphasized that no engagement of North Korea is taking place. Pence had been briefed on the failed launch en route to Seoul and had been in touch with Trump, White House aides said.
Despite the suspect yelling "Allahu Akbar", Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer said the shootings had "nothing to do with terrorism". He also told investigators he is Muslim, but he prays to seven different gods and hasn't been to a mosque in 25 years.
He actually got to the line for five points. "We have so many pieces on this team, but everyone has to stay ready", Irving said. And for the second game in a row, George very publicly singled out a teammate for criticism following a playoff loss.
In a blatant response to the alleged chemical attack, the US launched dozens of Tomahawk to destro the Shayrat airfield in Syria. There are legitimate questions, posed by the Russians and others, as to who would take power after Assad's departure.
The Raptors have lost back-to-back games just once since the All-Star break, losing March 10 at Atlanta and March 11 at Miami. A switch on defense between Chris Paul and Griffin allowed Jazz forward Boris Diaw to post up the smaller Paul.
It is understood no decision has been made about whether to proceed with the rises in the event of a Conservative victory. Senior judges have questioned whether the courts and justice system should effectively become a self-funding service.
Congress, which controls the corporation, had got a drubbing in the recent local body polls in Latur district. It stated that BJP will win 179 out of the total 272 seats of the three municipal corporations of Delhi.
Kyrie's jumper contributed to his 37 points, and every single one of them was needed to help the Cavs get by the Pacers , 117-111. James was unfazed by the Pacers' fourth quarter fightback after the Cavs held on to take a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series .
Officers at the prison found the door jammed with cardboard and had to force their way though to get to Hernandez. Hernandez's family wants to donate his brain to Boston University's CTE center , his attorney Jose Baez said.
Ibrahimovic joins lengthening injury list at Man United
Romero saved from close range after Acheampong ghosted in and Kara Mbodji headed over either side of a disallowed Martial goal. United started as sloppily as they ended the first leg in Brussels, but showed a cutting edge so often lacking this term.
Bulls beat Celtics again
The Celtics studied more than their normal amount of film in an effort to keep the Bulls from cleaning the offensive glass. The team's point guard also showed early endeavors during the first quarter when he missed his first free throw attempt.
Hammond says Conservatives must be "flexible" on tax
The Conservatives are poised to drop their pledge not to raise income tax, national insurance and VAT, Philip Hammond has hinted. While he believes in a low-tax economy, the government needs flexibility, he said.
Galaxy S8, S8+ attract huge pre-order from Nigerian users
On the connectivity front, both the devices support Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, USB Type-C, GPS, GLONASS and 4G LTE. The Investor reports that the device crossed the milestone within 10 days, since the pre-orders began on April 7 in South Korea.