The Iranian government warned the United States on Tuesday against “making another strategic mistake” after the North American country’s president Donald Trump threatened on Monday to respond to a 1,000 times larger attack on Tehran. “.
“We hope that they do not make a new strategic mistake. In that case they will face the reaction of the resistance,” said the Iranian government spokesman Ali Rabiei, as reported by the television channel Press TV.
Before threatening, Trump cited some information released by Politico about an alleged plan by Tehran to assassinate the US ambassador to South Africa, which the Iranian authorities firmly rejected.
With that in mind, Rabiei has pointed out that “throughout the history of the region, the United States has started wars in Afghanistan and Iraq because of misinformation.” “It’s an American tradition,” he ironized.