I answer him, as a representative of the Iranian population: "Donald Trump, you can not lift one finger against us". "We have that letter".
"The worry is that moderates will be proven wrong, and the hardliners will be able to say, "I told you so". "Well, Trump, you have spent all this money to dominate Syria and Iraq, but you couldn't do it; you will go to hell with your failures". You couldn't. To hell with it.
"The US moves to breach its pledges have no limits; one day it leaves the environmental convention, the other day it violates the greenhouse gas emissions agreement and today, it violates its nuclear obligations", he said, adding, though, that the Islamic Republic of Iran has the ability to counter threats posed by the US.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani mocked the U.S.in his response, and said "Iran will be conferring with the world's two super powers, Russian Federation and China", about the implications of Trump's decision.
Ayatollah Khamenei addressed his audience, saying: "U.S. officials want the kind of rulers, in other countries, who dish out money to them and comply with their orders". He has expressed a desire to withdraw many American troops from the region and have an Arab security force pitch in to help keep the volatile area safe.
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Referring to the dominance of the U.S. over some Arab countries, he went on to say: "Trump gives orders, asserting "they must" do as he says: he also wants to give similar orders to Iranians". The protests resembled other aggressive but orderly gatherings typical under President Hassan Rouhani, who has portrayed himself as seeking rapprochement with the West and is simultaneously trying to save the nuclear deal with world powers while attempting to appease hard-liners seeking revenge for Israeli attacks.
Only hours after Trump made the announcement on Tuesday, Iranian students and lawmakers took to the iconic Azadi Square in the capital Tehran, setting fire to United States flags and shouting anti-US slogans. "I think that will sink in; we'll see what happens then", Bolton said.
He further pointed to the survival of the JCPOA and said in the next two or three weeks, the European sides should prove whether they are committed to their obligations or not.
On Friday, France urged Europeans to stand up to Trump over the nuclear deal and not act as "vassals", as the EU scrambles to find ways to save the accord and the billions of dollars in trade it unleashed. "If not we can not stay in the JCPOA agreement". "The pride and interests of the nation must be truly secured", he concluded.