Tillerson admits rift with Trump on Iran deal, offers nuke talks with NKorea
During a State Department briefing on Tuesday, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said he has "differences" with President Donald Trump on the Iran nuclear deal, such as regarding ways that Washington can use the agreement to advance the administration's policies. He said the US could either walk away from the agreement or "hold Iran accountable to its terms". Regarding North Korea, he said Washington is seeking talks with Pyongyang on the condition that they will be based on the principle that "there is no future in which North Korea holds nuclear weapons" or the ability to deliver them. Tillerson stated that the US is not seeking regime change in the isolated country or "an excuse to send our military north of the 38th parallel".