US President Donald Trump’s hostile comments against the Iranian nation during his speech at the UN General Assembly on Tuesday were lies that underscored the US leader’s “ignorance” about the Islamic Republic, says an American political analyst.
Trump’s accusations against Iran “really shows an ignorance of facts and ignorance of history,’ said Scott Bennett, a former US military psychological warfare officer.
“The president was speaking the same lies and corrupt half-truths that his people [aides] have told him and it very sad because he is dangerously positioning the United States with a confict against Russia and Iran,” Bennett told Press TV on Wednesday.
Trump launched a scathing attack against Iran on Tuesday at his speech to the UN General Assembly, accusing Tehran of sowing “chaos, death and destruction” across the Middle East.
He also alleged once again that Iran was “the world’s leading sponsor of…