Former Iranian President Says Donald Trump Is Not Really In Charge

Previous Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad claims the U.S. military’s strike on Syria would have happened paying little respect to who the president was, and says Donald Trump is basically completing the desires of the genuine individuals in power.

Ahmadinejad, who as of late made waves for enrolling to keep running for leader of Iran for a third time, told the AP the reason Hillary Clinton is not America’s leader is on the grounds that she would not have possessed the capacity to set up a persuading enough front. He proposed the U.S. administration is chosen away from plain view.

“The individuals who are the chiefs must give the part (of president) to a man who can pull it off best,” said Ahmadinejad. “A lady can’t set up a decent war confront. A man can do that better. They have to think of a figure and say he is extremely hazardous.”

These sexist comments were trailed by consequent shots at President Trump’s power. Ahmadinejad trusts a man with Trump’s riches and resources has no motivator to make peril on the world stage.

“On the off chance that he were perilous, he would not have $70 billion of advantages,” said Ahmadinejad. “Be that as it may he must choose the option to assume such a part.”

Since taking office in January, Trump has focused on Iran with both his discourse and strategy. After Iran led ballistic rocket tests—a demonstration which they assert does not disregard the 2015 atomic arrangement—Trump took to Twitter to voice his dismay:

The Trump organization lined up its extreme chat with authorizations with an end goal to undermine Iran’s economy. In any case, Ahmadinejad says he’s not bothered by Trump or the United States by and large, and affirms America’s outside strategy choices in different nations won’t scare the general population of Iran.

“I don’t think it has a message for Iran,” said Ahmadinejad of the U.S. “Iran is an intense nation and individuals like Mr. Trump or the United States organization can’t hurt Iran.”

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