VIDEO: Iranian Lawmakers Burn American Flag in Parliament

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Members of the Iranian parliament set fire to a paper American flag Wednesday, shouting the familiar refrain of “death to America.”

The lawmakers also torched a copy of the nuclear deal signed by former President Barack Obama, in what the Times of Israel and Haaretz report was an “impromptu” demonstration on the Parliament floor. Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani blamed “egotistical and amateurish” President Donald Trump and “Zionists” for pulling out of Obama’s deal that lifted sanctions on Iran in the hopes of controlling its nuclear program.

The article goes on to state the following:

“With a national consensus, we will give the U.S. and Zionists a response that they will regret,” Larijani said, according to the Mehr news agency.

“Aren’t such idiotic measures shameful for a country with a claim on global management that even its allies are trying to stop him from taking them and control him?” he asked, referring to European leaders’ support for the deal.

He also accused Trump of being mentally unfit to lead the U.S.

“Trump does not have the mental capacity to deal with issues,” Larijani said.

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