US President Donald Trump’s administration is still trying to determine exactly what went on a chemical used in a deadly air raid on Syria’s chemical weapons site in August, the White House said Thursday.
The administration has “no information to suggest that any chemical agent was used,” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters.
The White House has said that the US has no reason to believe the attack was caused by the Syrian government.
The Pentagon said in August that the chemical was not used in the attack that killed a US serviceman and two civilians.
The Pentagon said the munitions had “low chemical yield” and were not used as a weapon.
The Syrian government says the chemical weapons attack was a provocation aimed at provoking a US-led invasion of the country.
The US has launched two airstrikes on the Syrian capital, Damascus, in recent weeks.
The Syrian government has denied the attack.