Pompeo threatens Iran with strongest sanctions in history
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned Iran on Monday that Iran will face the strongest sanctions in history if it does not change course. Iran will be “battling to keep its economy alive” under the sanctions and will have to choose between maintaining its economy or sponsoring terrorist and insurgent groups in countries like Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, and Yemen, he said. The Secretary laid down 12 conditions for Iran to follow including its withdrawal of involvement in those countries, in order for the US to agree to a new nuclear deal.
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That will never happen.12 x No.
Sanctions will weaken iran then war will follow, usual method…, only with Russia and NK it will not work.
TRUE Sanctions WILL work on all of them. FoxyMORON.
Another arm-chair general speaks.
Bye bye Ayatollah
Whether one likes Trump’s personality or not, the contrast between Obama’s dithering over foreign policy and Trump’s robust America First foreign policy is striking.
IRAN IS FINISHED ALL THE DONKEY WEARING TEA TOWEL PEDOPHILES ARE ON THE WAY TO HELL TO MEET THE BIG PEDO , NEXT IS THE FREAK SHOW FROM TURKEY LITTLE PIGY WIGGY