Donald Trump has called the situation around the Iran nuclear deal "unacceptable" in the light of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's statements that Tehran has been running a nuclear program since inking the JCPOA in 2015.
He stressed that he would not rule out that work on a new deal may start, but stopped short of specifying if Washington is determined to leave the accords, saying only that the final decision will be made public on May 12.
When asked during a joint press conference with Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari whether he thinks that pulling out from Iran deal would send a wrong message to North Korea, Trump said, “No.”
Trump has been a consistent critic of the Iran nuclear deal, urging Congress in January and European allies to fix the "flaws" in the agreement. The announcement on whether the US will extend sanction waivers for Iran will be made on May 12.