One of the main leaders of Iran is launching public attacks trying to delegitimize President Donald Trump’s authority.
According to a new report from Newsweek, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani attacked President Trump and his administration claiming that Trump has been an “obstacle” for the country’s developments of alliances worldwide. And now the Iranian President admits that the country will find it easier to negotiate once Trump is gone.
Iranian President Attacks Trump
Iran’s President admitted that once Trump is gone, the nation of Iran will try to form relationships with America’s enemies like Russia and China:
“We established good relations with certain neighbors such as Iraq, Turkey, Afghanistan, and Azerbaijan over the past years, as well as with other friendly countries like Russia, China and others.”
The Iranian president continued, calling the list of America’s enemies “friends” and said that relations with those countries will probably improve as Trump’s administration moves out:
“I feel that the atmosphere for closer relations with all of our friends is more prepared.”
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