The mainstream (fake) media and the anti-American Democrats are blaming President Trump for Iran’s recent aggression against the United States. This is nonsense and a lie. Watch Prime Minister Netanyahu debunk these absurd claims. It is President Obama’s policies of appeasement towards the Islamic Republic and his radical JCPOA (Iran Nuclear Deal) that is responsible for Iran’s aggression.
Netanyahu meets with Bolton, says Iran running campaign of aggressionU.S. National Security Advisor in Israel to meet with Russian and Israeli counterparts for what was initially planned as tripartite summit on Syria but likely to now focus on Iran.
Ynet News, June 23, 2019
Iran is running a campaign of aggression but is now under enormous economic pressure due to U.S. President Donald Trump’s sanctions, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday as he met with U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton in Jerusalem.
LIVE | Netanyahu, Bolton hold joint press conference ahead of 'unprecedented' tripartite security summit in Jerusalem
Posted by i24NEWS English on Sunday, June 23, 2019
Bolton is in Israel for what was planned as a tripartite summit on the future of Syria, but now seems likely to be dominated by American-Iranian tensions. The Tuesday summit will include Bolton and his Russian and Israeli counterparts.
Bolton branded Iran as a nation that is not seeking peace, and warned that it should not mistake American “prudence” for weakness. Iran, he said, could never be allowed to obtain nuclear weapons.
Tensions between the United States and Iran ramped up last week over the downing of an American drone which Washington says was in international airspace but Tehran claims was intercepted in its skies.
Trump announces ‘major additional sanctions’ on Iran
Trump is upping the ante on Iran with additional sanctions to be imposed on Monday.
By David Isaac, World Israel News
“We are putting major additional Sanctions on Iran on Monday,” President Donald Trump tweeted on Sunday amid heightened tensions between the U.S. and the Islamic Republic.
Trump did not say what the sanctions would be, but Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Friday that Iran’s financial sector would be penalized soon if it doesn’t work to stop evading international guidelines designed to combat money laundering.
Earlier this month, the Trump administration imposed more sanctions on Iran’s petrochemical industry. In early May, Trump announced additional ones on Iran’s iron, steel, aluminum and cooper sectors.
In May 2018, the U.S. first announced it would reimpose sanctions after a wind-down period as it withdrew from the 2015 nuclear accord. Those sanctions on Iran included, among others, the purchase of U.S. dollars banknotes, trade in gold and precious medals, and significant transactions related to the purchase or sale of Iranian rials.
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