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A photo tweeted by President Trump a failed rocket launch in Tehran was allegedly intended by an intelligence briefing and not for the public – as Trump said, he had the right to the photo.
Trump seemed to mock the Iranian regime on Friday, when he will find out to Iran, his “best wishes and good luck”, what went wrong with an explosion this week in a space center.
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“The United States of America, not the catastrophic accident in the final was involved in the start-up square One start the preparations for the Safir SLV Launch in Semnan in Iran. I wish Iran the best wishes and good luck in determining what is happening on the construction site.”
The US claims starts against a U. N. security Council resolution barring Iran from the employment in activities related to ballistic missiles capable of delivering nuclear weapons. Iran has the claims of a ride.
Trump is also a photograph of a black plume of smoke and the charred remains of a rocket. The photo appeared in a once-classified image of the secret services. Analysts told The Associated Press that the black rectangle covered in the upper-left side of the photo, the classification.
Analysts suggested that photos of an American spy satellite were included, the area. A U.S. defense official told CNBC that the image in a Friday intelligence briefing, and the experts said, the power outlet, it was never intended for the public.
Late on Friday, however, Trump told reporters that he had every right to share the photo with the public.
“We had a photo, and I published it, I have said the absolute right to do,” Trump.
The tweeted the photo appeared under the skin of the Iranians.
Iran’s information and communication technology Minister Mohammad Jawvad Azari Jahromi responded quickly with a tweet — is shown next to the satellite Nahid-1 — was launched only at the space center.
“Me & Nahid I now, Good Morning to you, Donald Trump!”, he wrote in English.
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Trump pulled the United States out of the Iran nuclear deal in the last year, while a report from the U. N. atomic watchdog found released this week that Iran continues to stockpile low-enriched uranium beyond the limits of the deal in the year 2015.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.