The photographs of the Iranian rockets are the information that prompted the White House to increase its warnings about a threat from Iran, the Times reported Wednesday.
Two US officials told the newspaper that the released photo alone is not sufficient evidence of a threat from Iran. The released photo was not published by the Ministry of Defense.
Other classified photos show the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps of Iran, which was named a terrorist organization by the Trump administration and charges missiles in several Iranian ports. Two US officials told The Times.
The officials warned that the publication of other photos could compromise the confidentiality of sources and methods of news gathering, the Times US allies said about the extent of the Iranian threat, the Times said.
Trump's national security adviser John Bolton and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo believe that the photographs and other intelligence agencies may suggest that Iran is preparing to attack US forces, the Times said.
Other high-level administrative officials, members of Congress and US Consulates believe Iran's actions may be largely defense-related The Post reported that Trump has been angry and angry lately about what he has pleaded with his top advisers, including Bolton, who is calling for a regime change in Tehran. for a "military planning" holds. Trump fears that the US may be in a military confrontation with Iran, and instead wants a diplomatic approach to alleviating tension, several US Post officials said. [1
Trump has denied that there are disputes between his government regarding Iran policy.
"Different opinions are voiced and I make a decisive and final decision – that's a very simple process," Trump tweeted on Wednesday. "All sides, views and guidelines are covered, I'm sure Iran will talk about it soon."
On Thursday, the Trump administration will hold a confidential meeting of Iran with congressional leaders from both parties and top groups Republican and Democratic members of the House and Senate Intelligence Committee.