announced the White House that President Donald Trump does not intend to disclose in advance about the measures planned to be taken against Iran . 

"The president has clearly made clear his position on Iran and its activities, especially its efforts to develop nuclear weapons," said White House spokesman Hogan Gaidley. "The deal did not prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons." 

Giddley said Trump had no intention of "anticipating" any options being considered against Iran, stressing that Washington "will continue to put pressure on Tehran to change its behavior and prevent it from acquiring nuclear weapons.
In May, US President Donald Trump announced his country's withdrawal from the Comprehensive Joint Action Plan with Iran, promising not only to resume old sanctions against Iran but also to impose new sanctions. 

While the first section of the old sanctions against Iran will be reinstated on Aug. 6, the US administration asserts that Washington is ready to conclude a new alternative agreement with Iran, but it has already set preconditions.