Iran Makes Vile Threat to U.S. Trump Hits Back with Dire Warning

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The country of Iran continues to be a major threat in the Middle East and around the world. The rogue nation is the leading state sponsor of terrorism and has vowed to oppose the United States. Recently, their top military leader made ugly remarks against America. Trump fired back with a serious warning.

For years, Iran has been a threat to the United States and peaceful democracies around the world. They frequently show their hostility to the nation of Israel, even threatening to wipe them off the map.

We’ve opposed Iran with strict sanctions, aimed at preventing them from acquiring nuclear weapons. For reasons nobody can understand, President Obama rolled back those sanctions, gave them cash, and even signed a pact that would ensure Iran got nukes.

Trump brought an end to all of that. He killed the Iran Nuclear Deal and restored sanctions on the dangerous nation.

Recently, Iran tried to mock the United States. Their top military leader referred to our government in ugly terms, using 9/11 as comparison.

A top Iranian official taunted the Trump administration with 9/11 imagery Saturday, making a cruel reference to the attacks on the 2001 World Trade Center.

“The [US political] system has an apparently huge body, but suffers from osteoporosis,” Revolutionary Guard head Gen. Hossein Salami told the Fars news agency. “In fact, the US is like World Trade Building that collapses with a sudden hit.” [Source: New York Post]

Wow. Them’s are fighting words, if you ask me. This arrogant blowhard had the gall to reference one of the darkest days in our history to slam our government. Many people believe Iran was partially behind 9/11—as backers of terrorists. This man is seemingly making light of that horrific event in his statement.

This is nothing new. Iran loves to “saber rattle,” making wild boasts and statements against us and our allies. But unlike other nations, who are all talk, Iran has every intention of backing their claims with action. Being so close to our allies in the Middle East, Iran can easily cause trouble. They have proven to be a force for evil in the region, especially with their involvement in the Syria conflict.

President Trump didn’t take that threat lying down. He fired back at Iran with a short, but brutal message.

President Donald Trump fired a warning shot at Iran on Sunday afternoon, warning the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism that if they want to fight the United States, that will be the official end to their country.

“If Iran wants to fight, that will be the official end of Iran,” Trump tweeted. “Never threaten the United States again!” [Source: Daily Wire]

Iran better think twice about getting into a war of words with Donald Trump. He’ll smoke them as effectively as our military would smoke their government!

Iran has been boasting about its military might for years. They promise to take out America, Israel, and anyone else that stands in their way. But Trump is throwing down the gauntlet on Iran with this simple tweet.

If they try to engage us in a conflict, that would be the end of Iran. The rogue nation lacks the resources or strength to oppose us. They seek to expand their power across the region, but they will only face utter destruction at the hands of greater nations.

President Trump backs everything he says with actions. He has moved a carrier and strike force into the region to show he means business. Senators in D.C. have been watching Iran closely, and know they mean business.

But if Iran wants to get into a street fight with the U.S., it will end very quickly. No dragged out campaigns. No endless struggles. Just a swift end to Iran, once and for all.

If they were smart, they’d try to walk back their statements in order to find a peaceful solution. But if they’re not, it’ll end fast either way.

Only with their backs on the ground.

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