<h4>Today, the US announced, on that "all options will be available" in regards to the Houthi coup militia in Yemen.<\/h4>\r\nThis comes among reports that US President <a href="https:\/\/al-ain.com\/article\/washington-comments-houthi-terrorist-organization">Donald Trump's administration may include the group in Yemen on terrorist lists<\/a>.\r\n\r\nUS National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien stated to reporters during a visit to the Philippines, his concerns that <a href="https:\/\/see.news\/yemeni-army-inflicts-heavy-losses-among-houthi-militias\/">the Iranian-backed Houthi militia did not cooperate to end the conflict in Yemen<\/a>.\r\n\r\nO'Brien said, "Washington is monitoring the situation closely," In response to a question about whether Washington would classify the Houthis as a "terrorist organization."\r\n\r\nThe US National Security Adviser continued, "We are constantly studying whether or not we should designate a terrorist group and how we should do so."\r\n\r\nThe US Adviser added, "Trump is still president of Washington and will remain so during the next 50 days, and this matter will be on the agenda, and we will have to see how that should be handled."\r\n\r\nHe also urged the Houthi militia to "move away from Iran and stop attacking their neighbours and civilians in Yemeni territories."\r\n\r\nForeign Policy magazine recently revealed that Trump's administration is preparing to classify the Houthi militia in Yemen as a \u201cterrorist organization\u201d.\r\n\r\nA decision remains officially unconfirmed, but it comes just before the end of Trump's period, who lost the presidential election to his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden.\r\n\r\nThe Foreign Policy magazine cited unnamed diplomatic sources, revealing that the Trump administration is preparing to designate the Houthi group in Yemen as a terrorist organization before Trump leaves the oval office next January.