Iran continues its saber rattling after its blatant violation of the international ban on ballistic missile testing.
After multiple incursions with U.S. warship in the Persian Gulf, Iran continues to pursue missile testing. And now President Trump has had enough.
Commenting to reporters on Air Force this week, Trump warned that Iran ‘better be careful,’ a clear indication that we will seek action if they press the matter further.
Here’s more from Yahoo…
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday that Iran President Hassan Rouhani “better be careful” after Rouhani was quoted as saying that anyone who speaks to Iranians with threats would regret it.
Trump was asked in a brief appearance in the press cabin aboard Air Force One about Rouhani’s reported remarks to a rally in Tehran to celebrate the anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.
Rouhani was quoted in media reports as saying Iran had shown in the 38 years since the revolution that “it will make anyone who speaks to Iranians with the language of threats regret it.”
“He better be careful,” Trump said.
Trump on Feb. 2 put Iran “on notice” over charges that Tehran violated a nuclear deal with the West by test-firing a ballistic missile, taking an aggressive posture toward Iran that could raise tensions in the region.
Trump made the comments about Rouhani while flying on the presidential jet carrying him and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for a weekend at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago retreat in Palm Beach, Florida.