John Bolton says he's spoken with the president over the last several days and Trump told him "that if Iran does anything at all to the negative, they will pay a price like few countries have ever paid before."
To have the U.S. and Iran rattling sabers does not in the least benefit the American people.
The five foreign ministers—minus U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo—of the countries that signed the 2015 deal on curbing Iran's civilian nuclear enrichment program are set to meet in Vienna.
Amid reports that the president is planning to decertify the nuclear accord this week, the Middle Eastern country's leader issues a warning.
Recently I was asked whether, if Trump succeeds in undermining the nuclear deal, Iran would go for broke to create a nuclear weapon.
If Ahmadinejad is elected next month, the stream of nonsense coming at us from both Tehran and Washington would be too much to bear.If Ahmadinejad is elected next month, the stream of nonsense coming at us from both Tehran and Washington would be too much to bear.
Tehran Is 'Liberated Territory' as Pragmatists and Centrists Win Iranian Capital and Expert Assembly
The era of Iran's former president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, also onetime mayor of Tehran, is completely over.
Almost as soon as the Iran nuclear deal was approved by the U.N. Security Council, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani headed for Europe.
After sanctions against Iran were lifted Saturday, President Hassan Rouhani celebrated his nation's having "opened a new chapter" in its international relations.
Iranian leaders came to a long-awaited agreement with the P5+1 nations Tuesday in which the Middle Eastern country's nuclear enrichment program was limited in exchange for the easing of international sanctions.