According to a report by Reuters, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called the US administration 'novice politicians with naive ideas,' claiming that President Donald Trump had stepped back from threats against Tehran after military aides advised him against going to war with the Islamic Republic. Reuters reports that in a speech broadcast live on state television, Rouhani went on to state that the unity of the Iranian nation changed Trump's decision to declare a war with Tehran. On Monday, Trump reportedly warned that any attack on US interest in the Middle East would be met with 'great force.'


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