As a candidate and president, Trump has said he would reexamine and possibly kill what he called the "disastrous" nuclear deal that was negotiated under President Barack Obama and went into effect in January a year ago.
The US State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert said the US administration has not completed the review of the JCPOA.
"Unfortunately up until now, the United States, while remaining at the very least possible level compliant with the agreement, has failed to observe, in times, the letter and mostly the spirit of the agreement by not allowing Iran to enjoy the full benefits of the nuclear deal".
"That has not changed", Nauert said.
Critics of the deal have pointed to minor infractions as justification for the U.S.to say Iran is not complying.
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On Tuesday, the European Union's foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini described the historic nuclear deal with Iran as an global agreement that "does not belong to one country", noting that all the parties to the deal "have the responsibility to make sure that this continues to be implemented".
The top European Union official stressed the importance of the regular meetings of the Joint Commission in order to "ensure transparency, constant dialogue and implementation by all" and noted that the next meeting of the commission is scheduled to be held in the Austrian capital Vienna on July 21.
"The Treasury Department has final approval over these kinds of deals with Iran, and some members of the Trump administration hope that Secretary Steve Mnuchin will use this authority to scuttle those agreements". Other powers that brokered the nuclear deal along with the US have said there's no appetite for renegotiating it.
The landmark 2015 deal struck with Iran by the US, France, Britain, Russia, China and Germany is aimed at preventing Tehran from developing a nuclear weapon by imposing time-limited restrictions and strict global monitoring on its nuclear programme.
"The global accord successfully blocked Iran's paths to a nuclear weapon and has greatly strengthened the security of the United States and our allies", the letter stated.