Iranian Official Believes Donald Trump “Crazy President” With “Confused” Administration

A senior Iranian official said on Monday that President Donald Trump comes out as a “crazy president” whose threats against Tehran are just nothing more than statements, continued saying if Mr. Trump have a desire to talk, he will not only have to express some respect, but also come up with a consistent message.

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Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, director of foreign affairs for the parliament of Iran told media that the US president looks “crazy” and his administration seems to be “confused,”.

Hossein addressed CNN in an exclusive interview on Monday, in which he highlighted Mr. Trump’s ongoing campaign to press the economy of Islamic Republic of Iran on the one hand although his requests for Iran to join discussion table on the other.

Amir-Abdollahian said, “In his mind, Trump thinks he has a gun to Iran’s head with sanctions and he is trying to shut down our economy,”

He explained Fred Pleitgen of CNN, “This is all in his imagination. Now he wants us to call him? This is a crazy president!”

Senior official of Iran also described that Mr. Trump administration also holds a lot of conflicting opinions as “warmongers” in the West Wing and hinted national security adviser John Bolton.

He added, “Also, Trump is not quite balanced and stable in his decision making, so we are dealing with a confused White House. Iran receives various signals which show that no one knows who owns the White House.”

He said his nation considers “Trump’s tweets are self-contradictory.”

After discovering Amir-Abdollahian’s talks with Pleitgen, United States president said that US just want to talk to Tehran at all but not anymore. Although Mr. Trump had threatened a day before on Twitter to Iran, declaring a fight with America would be “the official end of Iran.”

The US president took his Twitter on Monday to proclaim that these statements have no reality and certainty is opposite.

He tweeted like this, “Fake News put out a typically false statement, without any knowledge that the United States was trying to set up a negotiation with Iran. This is a false report,”

He added, “Iran will call us if and when they are ever ready. In the meantime, their economy continues to collapse – very sad for the Iranian people!”

By observing the whole scenario, everything is clear that Donald Trump just wants to Tehran to ask for talks to resolve tensions between both nations. Because he has officially announced on Monday, if Iran asks United States for talks, so “we would certainly negotiate, I only want them to call if they’re ready,”

Mr. Trump’s Monday tweet in the wake of his 9th May statement that what Tehran “should be doing is calling me up,” and his comment emerged on May 16 in which he said that he doesn’t war between Tehran and America but discussions, though he certainly hopes “Iran will want to talk soon.”