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Trump Gave Iran 1 Chance, They Defied Him, Now He’s Imposing New Sanctions

President Donald Trump’s administration put Iran on notice and placed new sanctions after the country test-fired ballistic missiles, which violated a 2015 U.N. Security Council resolution.

According to Fox News, White House National Security Adviser Michael Flynn made the announcement on Feb. 2 That Iran had been put on notice.

And President Trump, as he usually does, took to Twitter to blast Iran for its decision to act against the resolution:

Iran quickly replied to Trump’s comments.

Ali Akbar Velayati, a foreign affairs adviser to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, even went so far as to call President Trump “inexperienced.”

“This is not the first time that an inexperienced person has threatened Iran,” Velayati said. “Iran does not need permission from any country to defend itself.”

In response to the comments Iran made, the U.S. imposed new sanctions on Iran on Feb. 3, reported by CNN. While specifications regarding the sanctions weren’t clear, the Trump administration disclosed that 25 individuals and companies were affected by them.

According to The New Yorker, one day before the announcement of sanctions, Flynn hinted that the notice may be a first step to stronger actions against Iran if it continued to act against regulations.