Trump’s policies are rattling the Iranian regime

Death to America and Death to Israel

It was reported after Trump was elected that Obama’s Secretary of State John Kerry met with the Iranian’s and counselled them that all the have to do is out-wait President Trump and the sanctions will be removed. Kerry was criticized but may not have broken any law although he appears to have acted on behalf of Iran without Registering as a Foreign Agent.

Quote:  “Tehran’s plan is to wait and see what will happen in the 2020 election,” Ghasseminejad said. “The clerical regime hopes that a less aggressive candidate will defeat Trump and the U.S. will return to the JCPOA,” the acronym used to refer to the nuclear deal  

Whether you are a Democrat or Republican one of the most important reasons to re-elect President Trump is to make sure the Iranian sanctions are not removed or watered down and that Iran’s pursuit of nuclear weapons and its terrorism isn’t financed once again. Never forget, Iran continues to chant Death to America and Death to Israel. Iran continues to be the world’s greatest State sponsor of terrorism.

Iran’s New Long Game: Outlast Trump

Trump’s policies are rattling the Iranian regime

BY: Adam Kredo

Iranian leaders are running out of options as President Donald Trump tightens the economic noose on the already ailing hardline regime, which is now intent on outlasting the Trump administration in hopes that a friendlier U.S. politician can beat him in the 2020 election, according to U.S. officials and regional experts.

Iran has made no secret of its distaste for Trump, and is now making moves to grow closer with traditional American foes such as China and Russia. However, it has become increasingly clear that Iran is feeling the pain as the Trump administration continues to sanction a range of entities and individuals tied to the country’s contested nuclear program and oil sector.

As the sanctions continue to squeeze the regime—prompting protests that have threatened to topple Islamic theocracy—Iranian leaders have been left with only one long-term option: Outlast Trump and bet on a more friendly U.S. leader who will restore the landmark nuclear agreement that provided Tehran with billions in cash windfalls.

It now remains to be seen how far the Trump administration will go in its sanctions policy.


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