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Sen. Tom cotton mocked Iran’s foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif for the outburst against the “hard hitting” sanctions against the regime, and says that he is able to spend “his people’s money in five-star restaurants.”
Sen. Tom cotton mocked Iran’s foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif for the outburst against the “hard hitting” sanctions against the regime, said Zarif will no longer have to spend in the location of his people’s “money in five-star restaurants.”
Cotton appeared to drone on “Fox News @ Night” on Monday evening, after President Trump have signed financial sanctions against the Supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his associates in a series of “aggressive behavior” by the Iranian regime, including the Downing of a US.
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The regime of the Minister of foreign Affairs, which is under sanctions this week, went to complain to Twitter, the latest sanctions, tweeted that “@real Donald trump is 100% correct that the US military has no business in the Persian Gulf. Removal of his powers, in full accordance with the interests of the United States and the world. But it is now clear that the B-Team to the interests of the United States—they despise diplomacy and a thirst for war.”
Cotton ridiculed Zarif, said that he “tweets from Tehran all he wants, because if he faces sanctions this week, is he not going to travel to Europe, the United States to spend its people’s money in five-star restaurants and more.”
“Javad Zarif tweet from Tehran all he wants, because if he faces sanctions this week, is he not going to travel to Europe, the United States to spend its people’s money in five-star restaurants and more.”
Sen. Tom Cotton
The Arkansas Republican, said that just like trump, he does not want to justified the war – and the latest developments in the Middle East, a full-scale war with Iran – but any form of retaliation is necessary.
“That’s not what I said, is justified by the attacks launched by Iran, against foreign vessels on the high seas, or against a US surveillance plane. I said, we need to retaliation for what President Reagan has Iran in 1988 for precisely this kind of activity, or what Donald Trump has in Syria in the year 2017, and 2018, if Bashar al-Assad gassed his own people,” he added.
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He also dismissed the claims of trump-management strategy against Iran only brought more confrontation instead of bringing the Iranians to the table.
“The President of the maximum pressure of the campaign, Iran has in the most difficult strategic position they face in the 40 years since the revolution in 1979. For the first time, the United States, the strategic initiative seized and you will see Iran misses, whether it is in these unprovoked attacks, or the type of comments that you have read, of the Minister of foreign Affairs of Iran,” he said.
Iranian foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif speaks during a press conference with his German counterpart, Heiko Maas, according to their talks in Tehran, Iran, Monday, 10. June, 2019. Zarif warned the United States on Monday that it “cannot expect to stay safe” after the Start of what he described as an economic war against Tehran, where a hard-line attitude in the midst of the visit of Germany’s top-looking diplomat, to reduce the tensions.
“The sanctions, which today is directly the Supreme leader of Iran, a supposedly God-fearing man, by some accounts, in the amount of 200 billion dollars, making him one of the richest and greediest people in the world.”
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Cotton added: “after all, Iran is not the image that the United States tolerate, not only an Iranian nuclear program, but their campaign of terror throughout the Middle East and aggression against the American ner. Only if you realize that and you begin to act like a civilized nation, while the USA are still thinking, any kind of mutual obligations to Iran.”