Trump to announce decision on Iran deal on Friday:
Tehran� US President Donald Trump is supposed to announce his decision on Iran nuclear deal on Friday, reported.
U.S. President Donald Trump was expected to meet with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis at the White House later in the week ahead of the decision, quoted State Department spokesman Steve Goldstein as saying in a briefing.
We would expect a decision on Friday, Goldstein said.
And there have been ongoing discussions regarding this, he added.
The US administration has done a great deal during the past year to kill Iran nuclear deal also known as Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). Although the international Atomic Energy Agency has confirmed Iran's commitment to the deal eight times, the US President Donald Trump didn't confirm Iran's commitment and sent the deal to the Congress to be decided on.
This is while Michael Wolff the author of the controversial book Fire and Fury reveals that Trump is not fit for the office, building his arguments upon the information he has obtained from US president advisors in the White House.
While under criticism by both inside and outside the United States for what Wolff described in an interview with CNBC TV channel, as his childlike approaches to international issues, he is expected to posit on the Iran deal, a landmark international accord signed between Tehran and the world powers on Jan 12.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency