US president Donald Trump anticipated that Iran will be ready to negotiate soon and declined any conflict in the White House over the moves that critics say could instigate a war in the Middle East.

US President posted on Twitter, “ different opinions are expressed and I make a decisive and final decision — it is a very simple process”. He also added, “ I’m sure that Iran will want to talk soon.”

US President Trump outraged on the media reports about the disruptions in the White House over a series of moves taken by the administration to escalate pressure on Iran, claiming “ there is no infighting whatsoever”.

The United States directed on Wednesday, to leave the non-official staff from its embassy in neighboring Iraq, professing there is an approaching threat from Iranian-linked Iraqi militias.

Ten days ago, the US President also directed an aircraft carrier and nuclear-capable bomber aircraft for deploying to the Gulf.

Democrats in Congress claimed that the Trump administration concise them on what to ponder to be the threat from Iran, alerting that US legislative has not sanctioned military action against Tehran.

The rivals of the US President claim that hardliners led by national security advisor John Bolton, who has long solicited plunging the Iranian government, are forcing the country into the war.

The White House claims that Iran, a longtime enemy, and rival of the US allies Israel and Saudi Arabia, is presenting uncertainty across the region.

Washington also claims that Tehran is confidentially following nuclear weapons, in spite of having agreed to toughen controls under an international accord that US President cast off after winning the election in 2016.

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