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U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley warns against the use of chemical weapons in Syria.

Iran is “feeling the pain” of the extensive sanctions revived by President trump in August, the US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, said Fox News, the only in a wide-ranging interview on Wednesday.

“You feel weak, and we smother them to the point that you have to address ballistic missiles; you have to show your support against the terrorism,” Haley said on “Special Report” anchor Bret Baier.

The Trump administration in this summer, restored major sanctions against Iran in the fields of automobiles, gold and other important metals. The sanctions had been suspended under former President Barack Obama’s 2015 nuclear to unravel the deal, hard the value of the currency and threatens more, the Islamic country already distressed economy.

Trump, the United States pulled out of the nuclear deal in may, said, its enforcement and monitoring mechanisms were too lenient and calls for Iran to return to the negotiating table.

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More strong U.S. sanctions against Iran’s banking and energy sectors are scheduled to enter into force in November, including restrictions on Iran’s oil industry, could be an important source of hard currency cut off.

“Our focus is currently said to the Iranian people,” Haley, the recognition of the unrest in the country. “I mean, you have protested, you said, you said that you want a better life. … But at the end of the day, we can’t allow you to have all nuclear programs.”

In response to a report that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has agreed to a gas attack in the province of Idlib, the last remaining rebel stronghold in the country, Haley also issued a pointed warning to Iran and other actors in the Middle East.

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“What we have said, you know, the Syrians, the Russians and the Iranians-Yes, twice-you have been warned, not to the use of chemical weapons; twice you have used it, and twice President, Trump has been traded,” said Haley. “Don’ T you try us again. Because I think the odds are very much against you.”

For Russia and Iran, both allies of the Syrian government’s retaking of Idlib is crucial to complete what they see as a military victory in Syria is a civil war, after the Syrian troops recaptured almost all the other major towns and cities, largely to the victory over the rebellion against Assad.

U. N. officials believe that an offensive on Idlib, a wave of the expulsion would cause, which could be estimated to uproot 800,000 people and discourage refugees from returning home The United States and France have warned that a Idlib offensive would give rise to the dignity of a humanitarian crisis, and that a chemical attack in Idlib prompt Western retaliation.

President Trump, who ordered Syrian targets bombed in the last year, and again in April of this year, after the alleged chemical attacks, said earlier this month that all further uses of chemical weapons would be a “big mistake.’ On Sunday, the armed forces of the government of the village of Hobeit bombed, in Idlib province, killing an infant girl and injured several other civilians, the Syrian Civil defense search-and-rescue group reported.

In response to reports that the former Secretary of state John Kerry may say, to wait for foreign countries, Trump management, Haley struck again in the Obama administration, the previous deal with Iran.

“They can wait, and this President, but this President is what has saved us, with this policy. Because otherwise, within a few years, they all had money and all of it would have been picked up, anyway,” she said, referring to the possible sunset of key provisions of the Iran business. For example, some restrictions on the number of centrifuges Iran could produce, as well as the research and development of centrifuges, which were set up to expire in the year 2025 to indefinitely although greater restrictions on the country the ability to produce weapons-grade nuclear weapons.

Asked separately about President Trump Wednesday, approving sanctions against any country that interferes with the US elections, Haley said, the message was clear: “Just a shot across the bow. For anyone who wants to mess with our midterm elections, get involved in our mid-term elections; do you use any kind of fraud-the President says if you do it, you will have to pay.”

Haley speaks the deteriorating economic and humanitarian crises in Venezuela, said, the situation is clearly in line with the socialist policy.

“What I say to you, Maduro has to go,” Haley Baier said. “I was crossing the Venezuelan border, about a month ago, and saw literally a million people, the border, every day for your only meal of the day. You had people selling their last belongings in Colombia, just to buy food. And this is all because of the failure of socialism, led to corruption, dictatorship and poverty. To beat the Inflation, the 1-million-percent mark.”

She compared the problems in Venuzuela to those in Nicaragua, where anti-government protesters are demanding that President Daniel Ortega leave office. Haley charged that the two leaders “to get high performance.”

“Ortega and Maduro are carved from the same wood,” Haley said. “You can make money from your people. They don’t care if you starve. It is not interested in what you do.”

Fox News’ Bret Baier and Edmund DeMarche contributed to this report.

Gregg Re is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @gregg_re.

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