Iran President's anger erupts, Trump called 'killer, terrorist'

Iran President's anger erupts, Trump called 'killer, terrorist'
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday that his country was very happy to be removed from the post of US President Donald Trump. Indeed, Trump put a lot of pressure on this Islamic republic.

Not only this, the Iranian leader has also called Trump an 'American president' who works for 'unrighteous' and 'terrorist'. Rouhani said in a speech in the cabinet, 'We are not very happy with Biden's arrival, but we are very happy with Trump's departure. Some people say that you are excited by the arrival of Biden. They are not like this, but we are very happy to be removed from Trump's post.

Rouhani further said, 'Thank God this is the last day of the trump.' Rouhani did not stop here, he also called Trump a 'dictator, the most unbridled, law-abiding president, terrorist and assassin'. Interestingly, President Biden, who was elected president in November, has indicated a desire to return to diplomatic relations with Iran after 4 tense years of presidential term.

The nation's Electrical College has also confirmed Biden's name as the next US president amid Trump's frequent denials. On January 20, Biden will be formally handed over power.

Tensions between Tehran and Washington increased after Trump became president. His administration tried to bring Israel and the Gulf Arab states closer, while Iran was not prepared for it.

In 2018, Trump pulled Washington out of a historic nuclear deal with Tehran and unilaterally reimposed sanctions. Subsequently, in January, Trump ordered an airstrip near Baghdad Airport, killing Iran's senior general Qasim Soleimani.

Rouhani said that 'Trump is creating obstacles for us in the purchase of the Kovid-19 vaccine. This person is far from all moral and human principles. According to official figures, Iran is the country with the highest number of 1.1 million cases and 52,670 deaths among Middle East countries.

Although vaccines and other essentials are considered exempt from US sanctions, some Iranians are unwilling to process transactions for fear of heavy fines being imposed in US courts.

Significantly, after Biden's victory, Rouhani's government has repeatedly indicated its openness in relation to the incoming US administration.

Rouhani said the results of the US election showed that the American people preferred the 'law abiding' president and that the Biden administration should live up to their expectations.

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