America warns Iran of Trump's response: Do not provoke him

May 20, 2019 - 11:06 :


BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Britain has issued a stern warning to Iran of "provoking" the United States, asserting that if US interests are attacked by Iran, the administration of President Donald Trump will "respond." "I tell the Iranians: 'Do not underestimate the resolve of the American side,'" British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said on the sidelines of a meetingof the World Health Assembly in Geneva. "They do not want a war with Iran, but if US interests are attacked, they will want to," he said. "The long-term solution to this problem is for Iran to stop its destabilizing activities in the region," he said. He explained that Britain had a lot of discussions with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Iran, saying: "We want the situation to calm down because this part of the world can be things in the wrong way." The US president, Donald Trump, launched a serious threat to Twitter, promising to destroy Iran in the event of "wanted to war," warning them to "threaten the United States again." "If Iran wants to fight, it will be the official end," Trump said in a tweet on his official Twitter account. Do not threaten the United States again. "Trump came after the New York Times on Wednesday revealed the nature of the intelligence that recently prompted the White House to send a military force to the Middle East in anticipation of an imminent Iranian attack. The newspaper said, citing three US officials, saying that the intelligence was represented in pictures showed the Iranians loaded missiles on small boats in the Gulf, in what appeared to be an indication of an Iranian attack imminent The pictures were taken from the sky, pieces of missiles are fully assembled, raising fears Of the possibility that the IRGC would launch the Air Force These missiles are on US naval vessels in the Gulf, and other intelligence has detected threats against merchant ships in the region, as well as the possibility of Iranian-linked militias attacking US forces in Iraq