President Donald Trump has made up his mind about how he will seek to toughen a historic international accord to limit Iran's nuclear program, according to the White House.
"The president's reached a decision on an overall Iran strategy. He wants to make sure that we have a broad policy to deal with that, not just one part of it," White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters on Tuesday.
Trump will elaborate on details of the plan later this week, Sanders added. The Washington Post previously reported the president will deliver his decision on Thursday.
According to multiple reports, Trump will refuse to certify to Congress that the landmark 2015 Iran nuclear deal remains in the U.S. national security interest. Yet he is expected to stop short of encouraging lawmakers to immediately reimpose sanctions, and instead try to coerce Europeans and Iranians back to the negotiating table.