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Iran Not Concerned over Trump’s Likely Mischief in Waning Days of Presidency

Iranian Envoy and Permanent Representative to the UN Majid Takht Ravanchi said Although Trump might do mischievous acts in his last days in office, Tehran is not worried about his moves.

“The US president has done a lot of strange things over the years which gives reasons for concerns that he may do something unexpected, even in the last days of his presidency,” Takht Ravanchi said on Saturday, adding that Iran is not concerned about his acts.

“No issue should be ruled out due to his unpredictability, so, we must remain vigilant,” he noted.


Iranian Envoy and Permanent Representative to the UN Majid Takht Ravanchi

Iran’s UN envoy continued that there is no difference between Democrats and Republicans as they do not differ in their global policies.

In relevant remarks in November, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called on the US President-elect Joe Biden and the new administration in that country to avoid the mistakes that Donald Trump made and to restore its tarnished image.


Iranian President Hassan Rouhani

“The new US administration must, more than anything else, reconsider the US’ inhumane behavior with other nations in order to restore its tarnished image in the international community,” President Rouhani said on Tuesday November 10.

Iran has already dismissed the possibility of any ‘renegotiation’ over its nuclear deal, known as the JCPOA, with the Biden administration.

The US hostilities towards Iran has been so high that it started a full-fledged economic war against the Iranian nation.

Iranian officials underline that a change of US president does not mean a change of macro policies of this country towards the Iranian nation.

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