U.S. President Donald Trump and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani exchanged taunts at the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday with Trump vowing more sanctions against Tehran and Rouhani suggesting his American counterpart suffers from a "weakness of intellect."
President Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani on Saturday said that U.S. sanctions on Iran are leading to economic pain that could lead to a "successful revolution," contrasting with administration comments that government change in Tehran is not U.S. policy.
When asked by reporters what he meant by “calm before the storm,” Trump said, “You’ll find out,” before being whisked away.
"The Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran...will take reciprocal measures in order to safeguard the rights of its citizens"
It's so bad for Trump that even those he's chosen to serve in his administration are distancing himself from him – all so they can get a job.
The CIA-backed 1953 coup is responsible for our current bad relations with Iran. John Bolton apparently thinks another coup will fix things
"The plane I saw on television was the hostage plane in Geneva, Switzerland, not the plane carrying $400 million in cash going to Iran!"
Making a claim that sadly seems plausible on the surface, an Iranian official accused Republicans of asking Tehran to delay the recent prisoner exchange until after the presidential election.
Paul Ryan dwells on the capture of 10 American sailors while ignoring their release, seeming to dismiss the possibility of peace with Iran
Hillary Clinton responded to Iran's release of four Americans who were unjustly imprisoned by saying that Iran deserves no thanks, and is still violating UN Security Council resolutions with its ballistic missile program.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest blasted Republicans for being unhappy that diplomacy worked and got 10 US sailors released from Iran. Earnest suggested that Republicans would rather start a new war in the Middle East than be happy that the sailors are coming home.
Islamic nations are adamant in protecting the rights of all religions within their borders as an important adherence to their Islamic faith
It is incredibly ironic that the one American ally that vehemently protested and condemned Bush's invasion and occupation of Iraq has now felt the horrific results of terrorists created by Bush's folly in attacking and slaughtering hundreds-of-thousands of innocent Muslims, and creating the Islamic State.
There is no low Republicans will not sink to when they are deprived of the opportunity to launch another baseless attack an innocent nation
A Tea Party rally was the perfect venue for Trump again mindlessly unleashing an angry response by being really, really clueless
The Israeli Prime Ministers speech to Congress backfired and pushed Democrats who were on the fence into siding with President Obama.
The pressure on Congress continues to mount as 340 Rabbis have become 440, and only the gang who gave us the Iraq War support an Iran War.
More and more groups have come forward to support the president. The latest is a group of 51 Christian leaders, who represent dozens of Christian denominations and organizations. In a letter to Congress, they voiced their support of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) as the best means of keeping nuclear weapons out of the hands of Iran.
The Republicans find themselves increasingly alone in opposing the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), commonly known as the Iran nuclear deal. Back on July 20, not only did the United Nations Security Council unanimously endorse the JCPOA, but we saw a “Statement by National Security Leaders on the Announcement of a Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action” signed by 60 national security leaders, from cabinet members to senators.
Former national security adviser Brent Snowcroft says rejecting the Iran deal "is an abdication of America's unique role and responsibility"