Iranian President Hassan Rouhani declared that President Trump will meet the same end as the infamous Iraqi dictator Saddam Huessein — citing that he would be dead “in a few days,” according to a speech to his Islamic nation’s cabinet.
Rouhani’s speech comes just one year after Iranian general Qasem Soleimani was killed in an air-strike on January 3rd, 2020 — which was approved by President Trump. Rouhani called Soleimani a “martyr” in the speech, according to an English excerpt on the Iranian presidential website.
Where Rouhani claimed Soleimani to be a ”moderate leader with tact,” the U.S. Department of Defense said otherwise — citing that he was ”actively developing plans to attack American diplomats and service members in Iraq and throughout the region.”
The relationship between Iran and the United States grew strained over the Trump-era, as President Trump pulled out of the infamous ‘Iran Deal’ and helped rebuild the U.S.’ support of Israel by declaring Jerusalem the capitol of the country.
“One of the effects of this stupid and disgraceful act was that Trumpism ended and in a few days, the life of this criminal will end and he will go to the dustbin of history, and we are very happy about this and we believe that the period after Trump will be a better condition for regional and global stability,” Rouhani threatened.
Iran’s expressed hate toward the Trump administration escalated so much that they decided to interfere with the 2020 U.S. elections by sending fake Proud Boys emails to intimidate voters — in hopes that it would ultimately hurt President Trump’s chances at winning.