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Trump: Iran Will Not be Happy If They Make Another Move

Speaking from the Oval Office ahead of a meeting with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban Monday afternoon, President Trump against warned Iran against any further escalation toward the United States. 

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 “It's going to be a bad problem for Iran if something happens, I can tell you that. They're not going to be happy,” Trump said. "If they do anything, it’ll be a very bad mistake."

"It’ll be a bad problem for Iran if something happens I can tell you that. They’re not gonna be happy. They know what I mean by that," he continued. 

Trump's warning comes shortly after the U.S. moved military assets to combat what the Defense and State Departments describe as credible threats against American interests. 

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Earlier this month the administration officially classified the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps as a terrorist organization. The head of the IRGC responded to U.S. movement of military assets into the Persian Gulf as "targets."

A senior Iranian Revolutionary Guards commander said on Sunday that the U.S. military presence in the Gulf used to be a serious threat but now represents a target, the Iranian Students News Agency reported.

The U.S. military has sent forces, including an aircraft carrier and B-52 bombers, to the Middle East in a move that U.S. officials said was made to counter “clear indications” of threats from Iran to American forces in the region.


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