Iranian President Hassan Rouhani warned global leaders of major “problems” should President Trump withdraw from the international nuclear agreement; adding the Islamic Republic will “pass through this.”
Rouhani was speaking at a petroleum conference in the Iranian capital when he was asked to comment on the President’s tweet Monday, when he unveiled his decision to announce the fate of the nuclear agreement at 2:00pm Tuesday.
“It is possible that we will face some problems for two or three months, but we will pass through this,” Rouhani said.
Iranian Vice President slammed President Trump hours later, saying the United States’ decision to withdraw from the pact would further isolate the Trump administration; adding “only naïve individuals” would enter talks with the US.
“Today, the biggest power in the world is yelling that it does not accept it,” said the Vice President. “It’s up to them what to do with the deal, but [only] naive individuals would accept to enter talks with such a country.”
BIBI’S BOMBSHELL: Israeli PM ‘HAS EVIDENCE’ Iran Violating Nuclear Deal
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revealed “dramatic” evidence Monday that the Iranian regime has been “lying” about its advanced nuclear weapons program; claiming the Islamic Republic was “hiding material” following the Obama-era agreement.
Netanyahu confirmed the revelation in a fiery press conference, adding that his government has received stunning new information in the previous “10 days” that the Iranian regime had relocated “half a ton” of covert files to a “secret location.”
“These files conclusively prove that Iran is brazenly lying when it says it never had a nuclear weapons program,” he said.
According to Fox News, Netanyahu briefed both President Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo over the weekend.
The new report raises serious questions over the future of the Iranian nuclear agreement, with President Trump expected to make his final decision over the international pact in the coming weeks.
IRAN ON EDGE: Macron, Trump Demand NEW DEAL on Iran’s Nukes
French President Emmanuel Macron and President Donald Trump called for a “new deal” on Iran’s nuclear weapons program Tuesday; sending a clear message to Tehran that France and the United States are serious in forging a new agreement with the Islamic Republic.
The two leaders spoke with reporters following a joint press conference at the White House, with Macron confirming that his government is willing to renegotiate the nuclear agreement alongside the Trump administration.
“I can say that we have had very frank discussions on that, just the two of us,” said Macron. “We, therefore, wish from now on to work on a new deal with Iran.”
“I think we will have a great shot at doing a much bigger, maybe, deal,” said Trump.
The remarks come just one day after Iran’s foreign minister claimed there was no “Plan B” should the United States decide to withdraw from the agreement.
Watch the French President’s comments above.