nearvideo President Trump ratchets up economic pressure on Iran with new sanctions
US proposes drone new sanctions against the Islamic Republic after the shooting down of an American military; chief White House correspondent John Roberts reports.
A spokesman for the Iranian foreign Ministry said in a tweet on Tuesday that the new US sanctions of this goal of Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and other officials in the vicinity of any channel for diplomacy between the two countries, “always.”
The US and Iran have seen, tensions exponentially in the last couple of weeks, after the first US sanctions squeeze that Washington said, led the attacks on two oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz. The situation became increasingly bitter last week after Tehran downing approved a $100-million-US-Navy drone.
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Abbas Mousavi took to call Twitter, President trump is the last decision on the imposition of additional sanctions and said the sanctions would mean “channel is closed, the diplomacy forever,” according to Reuters.
“Trump is desperate to manage the destruction of the established international mechanisms for the maintenance of world peace and security,” the tweet read.
Trump, for his part, has been largely credited for his show with cautiousness when dealing with an enemy country. Trump seems to be hesitant to give you another hot war in the region, said on Monday that his “restraint” is limitless.
Trump said, to deny the sanctions, “the Supreme leader and the Supreme leader, the office and the closely associated with him and the office will have access to important financial resources and support.” Minister of Finance, Steven Mnuchin, said the sanctions “lock-up literally billions of dollars of assets.”
Fox News has confirmed that the U.S. military is also a cyberattack against Iran last Thursday, even as the President of the mixed plans for air strikes in response to the Downing of an American drone.
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Sources said, the U.S. Cyber Command launched, the cyberattack orientation of the Iranian used intelligence and radar systems, going down to the US Navy drone in the past week.
Fox News’ Alex Pappas contributed to this report