Published: Fri, September 28, 2018
World Media | By Cesar Oliver

Bolton warns Iran that U.S. 'will come after you'

Bolton warns Iran that U.S. 'will come after you'

Rouhani made the remarks in an interview with CNN on Tuesday during his stay in NY for the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani accused his USA counterpart Donald Trump of trying to topple his government Tuesday as he poured cold water on the idea of resuming talks with Washington after it pulled out from the nuclear deal.

Rouhani also referred to the laughter in the General Assembly audience on Tuesday when Trump in his speech boasted of America's economy and what he described as unprecedented achievements by his administration.

In response, Trump reiterated the United States commitment to a "campaign of economic pressure" to deny Iran funds for its "regional behavior", and that more sanctions will follow after the resumption of oil sanctions on November 5.

NEW YORK - Iran's president struck back at Donald Trump on Tuesday, hours after the USA leader delivered a speech castigating the foreign policy of the Islamic Republic.

Trump said his administration has added four million new jobs including half a million manufacturing jobs and has passed the biggest tax cuts and reforms in American history.

US President Donald Trump has discovered that a key point of his campaign rally speeches, which often sends his fans into rapturous applause, is not so well-received among his peers. He said Mandela was a close friend of Iran.

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas told reporters there was "strong unity" with Iran on minimising the impact of U.S. sanctions. But the president also made clear that the United States under his leadership would not be bound in its affairs by the consensus among traditional allies and partners.

Four months ago, Trump withdrew from the nuclear deal to the dismay of European allies, Russian Federation and China which had invested years in negotiations to achieve a milestone agreement on keeping Iran's nuclear ambitions in check. "America achieved nothing at the General Assembly". "We don't want them to meddle or interfere in our upcoming election". And we also have to help all those that have invested and believed in this opening. "We refuse to accept any unwarranted accusations against China", Mr Wang said.

"We reject the ideology of globalism", Trump said.

Other countries have been hesitant to join Trump in abandoning the nuclear deal, noting that Iran continues to abide by the terms of the agreement. On Monday, the EU, China and Russian Federation, all of which remain signatories to the deal, announced a mechanism to help Iran continue to engage in worldwide trade and avoid U.S. efforts to cut off Tehran's financial flows.

Bolton said the United States would be equally hard on Iran's "enablers". "This shameful and barbaric practice must end, and Iran must return our Americans and other innocent civilians at once". They do not respect their neighbors or borders or the sovereign rights of nations.

"How can any nation that claims to sympathize with the people of Iran keep sustaining trading relationships with lawless and oppressive ayatollahs?"

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