There is a chance Trump might choose to keep the United States in the global pact under which Iran agreed to curb its nuclear program in return for sanctions relief, in part because of "alliance maintenance" with France and to save face for French President Emmanuel Macron, who met Trump last week and urged him to stay in, the source said.
The US president has until 12 May to decide whether to stick with the deal.
"I trust his judgment", Netanyahu told Fox News' "Fox & Friends" program, a show Trump has frequently praised. The United States entered negotiations on Iran's nuclear program precisely because we didn't believe the claim that it had only peaceful purposes.
The presentation probably didn't come as a surprise to Trump.
"It's important that Pompeo as the new US secretary of state does not just confirm Netanyahu's perspective, but that the IAEA gets access to all the Israeli material and can assess it", he said.
Azour said Iranian policy makers need to address problems within the country's banking system, in which it is hard for small-and-medium sized companies to borrow.
Iran does not care about Netanyahu's allegations, Araghchi stressed.
Speaking to the BBC, Guterres said there was a real risk of war if the 2015 agreement was not preserved. The point "was to underscore the lack of veracity on the part of the Iranian leadership, and that was done very effectively".More news: Key announcements from Facebook's F8 conference
Days before the US president is expected to decide whether to pull out of the 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran, Netanyahu showed off what he called the country's secret "atomic archive".
In response to Netanyahu's latest anti-Iran fearmongering attempt, the United Nations released a statement, saying there are "no credible indications" that Iran continued nuclear activity after 2009. Powell wrote: "Anyway, Iranians can't use one [a nuclear weapon] if they finally make one". They didn't need to.
Hamid Baeidinejad, who was also a member of Iran's nuclear negotiating team during the talks that led to the 2015 nuclear deal, made the comments in an interview with CNN's Amanpour. "That aggression has grown many fold since the singing of the Iranian deal", Netanyahu said.
"I am opposed to the nuclear deal, but I am not in favor of canceling it unilaterally".
Unlike French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu knows how to appeal to President Donald Trump. "He'll do the right thing". And it remains unclear whether the Trump administration has any coherent follow-through plan.
That is why the IAEA inspection regime agreed as part of the Iran nuclear deal is one of the most extensive and robust in the history of worldwide nuclear accords, the spokesman added.
But there's been no indication that the Iranians would even sit down to discuss that agenda.
In 1986, the Sunday Times newspaper published more extensive details of the Israeli nuclear program, having obtained information from former Israeli nuclear technician Mordechai Vanunu, who was subsequently kidnapped by the Mossad in Rome and returned to Israel, where he was sentenced to 18 years' imprisonment for treason and espionage. In a joint statement last week, they urged the world to show "unwavering support" for the deal in its current form.