Trump calls for “isolating the Iranian regime” in his speech at the UN. Unsurprisingly, on Tuesday the US president devoted a large part of his speech to the UN General Assembly to the Tehran regime, which he described as “corrupt” and “destructive.”
“Iran’s rulers sow chaos, death, and destruction in the Middle East.” As announced by his state secretariat, Donald Trump devoted much of his speech to the UN General Assembly to the Iranian regime, which he called “isolating” from the international scene.
“Iran’s neighbors have paid a heavy price for its expansion program,” said the US president, referring in particular to Syria and Yemen. After welcoming the withdrawal of the United States from the “horrible” nuclear deal on Iran, Donald Trump said that Washington would impose new sanctions to deprive the Islamic Republic of the means to finance its regional ambitions.
In return, a few hours later, Iranian President Hassan Rohani accused Donald Trump of seeking to “overthrow him”, through draconian sanctions that he compared to an act of “economic terrorism”, while pretends to invite him to the dialogue. For Rohani, the only possible negotiations are to take place at the UN on the basis of the 2015 Iran Multilateral Nuclear Agreement.
We expect in fact for this rhetoric of verbal aggression between those two leaders of the nuclear weapon countries will not exclude they accusation to each other further, because of this exactly this type of public relation misconduct behavior that can aggravate to a military or a terrible war between two super powerful nations in the world.