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President Trump on Wednesday warned Iran that there would be “severe consequences” if the country revived its nuclear weapons program in the wake of the US withdrawal from the multilateral nuke deal.
“Iran will find out. They’re going to find out,” he said at a cabinet meeting at the White House when asked about an American response.
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“I don’t think they should do that. I would suggest Iran not to start. I would advise them very strongly. If they do, there will be very severe consequences,” the commander-in-chief continued, without offering any specifics.
“Probably we won’t do very well with them, but that’s ok too,” Trump said of Iran, adding, “They’ve got to understand life, because I don’t think they do understand life. If you look at what’s happening in the Middle East with Syria and Yeman… with all the places where they’re involved, it’s bedlam and death.”
“We have terminated a terrible, terrible deal that should have never, ever been made, and we will be putting on among the strongest sanctions that we’ve ever put on a country, and they’re going into effect very shortly,” Trump promised.
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