Trump first direct clash starts with Tehran[/size]
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President Donald Trump told reporters Thursday that "all options are open", in response to a question whether Washington was considering a military option.
The White House spokesman Sean Spicer, to benefit the daily press, that the missile test "will not pass without a response."
In the context of the US attitude towards Tehran, members of Congress announced their support for the imposition of new sanctions on Tehran over its missile.
Chairman of the House of Representatives Paul Ryan said that he supported the imposition of additional sanctions on Iran if the United horrors must stop "appeasement."
Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee , Senator Bob Corker said the Committee in the initial stages of the study of new legislation to respond to Tehran 's nuclear activities.
He noted that he had discussed the matter with National Security Adviser Michael Flynn at the White House on Wednesday, ahead of the final version of a formal warning to Tehran over the missile test. He supported the tough stance of the administration of President in this file, but ruled out the abolition of nuclear deal with it.
It came a day after guiding Flynn formal warning to Iran on "Activity of destabilization." He stressed that the launch of ballistic missile represents a challenge to the UN Security Council resolution which called on Iran not to carry out any activity related to ballistic missile designed to be capable of carrying nuclear weapons.
The Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehghan last Wednesday that his country conducted a missile test, saying it "does not violate the " nuclear agreement signed between Tehran and the six - nation group in 2015.
, said White House spokesman told reporters that the president would accept the agreement entered into by the Australian authorities with the administration of President former Barack Obama for the reception of refugees in the United States, although it is "not satisfied" with him.
He pointed out that the president will initiate procedures for implementing the agreement , " out of respect" to the Australian Government but only tighten the auditing process in asylum applications.
described the operation carried out by US special forces against al - Qaeda in Yemen Sunday , the spokesman as "successful , " but he refused to be described as "quite successful" because of the death of a soldier participated.
He added that the president had authorized the implementation of the process on the fourth day of taking office officially.