US President Donald Trump and his administration’s plan of regime change in Iran is an “unattainable” goal, says an American analyst, noting that Washington’s economic pressure on the Islamic Republic will not push Iranians back.
Brian Becker, with the A.N.S.W.E.R Coalition, made the remarks in an interview with Press TV about the recently imposed US sanctions against Tehran.
Last week, the US Treasury Department imposed sanctions on five Iranian companies it alleges are tied to the Islamic Republic’s development of ballistic missiles.
The Trump administration linked the measure to the recent wave of deadly unrest that has hit some parts of Iran, though the US has targeted Tehran’s missile program in the past too for other unsubstantiated reasons.
Washington had claimed in the past that Iran’s missile program was in breach of United Nations Security Council Resolution 2231, which endorsed Tehran’s nuclear deal with the P5+1…