White House press secretary Sarah Sanders offered no new indications on how the US plans to respond to the alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria.
"The President has been clear. We’re working with our partners and allies and our national security team to look at all options," Sanders said. "All options are on the table but I’m not going to get ahead of what the president may or may not do."
Sanders' comments come as Trump has spoken in recent days with key US allies — including the President of France Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Theresa May — while he weighs a response to the latest reported use of chemical weapons against civilians in Syria.
Trump indicated on Monday he would make a decision on how to respond within 48 hours and said those responsible would have to pay a price for their actions.