The US Senator said on Wednesday that if trump really want to sit for negotiation with Iran, he should first rejoin the nuclear deal.

Iran press/America: The independent US Senator from Vermont Bernie Sanders twitted on Wednesday that "Mr. Trump now says he prefers to talk to Iran, after threatening a disastrous military conflict with them. Good. The president can show he is serious about diplomacy by rejoining the nuclear deal he recklessly withdrew from last year."


Furthermore, earlier on June 4, the independent US Senator from Vermont took aim at President Trump, calling him the 'most dangerous' commander-in-chief in modern history who must be defeated, reported Iran Press.

Sanders' tweet came just when US President claimed that he was prepared to talk to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani but that there was always a chance of US military action against the Islamic Republic.

When asked if he thought he would need to take military action, Donald Trump said: “There’s always a chance. Do I want to? No. I’d rather not. But there’s always a chance.” “So Iran is a place that was extremely hostile when I first came into office, they were a terrorist nation number one in the world at that time and probably maybe are today,” Trump told British television station TV according to Reuters. He said, when asked, that he was prepared to talk to Rouhani: “Yeah of course. I would much rather talk.”

Earlier on June 4, UK outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May, in a joint press conference with US President in London said that the UK will stand by Iran's nuclear deal.

Meanwhile, recalling contradictions in US government behaviour, Iran's First Vice President Es'haq Jahangiri said recently that when they threaten and send warships as well as the times when they speak of talks, we send them the message: “We can make the enemy bow to the great nation of Iran through reliance on local capacities and policies set by the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei.”

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