The sanctions of the Trump administration's Iran make the country's economy detrimental, and recent events postpone Tehran's strategy to deal with the case, general manager Jack Keane claimed.
In the time since President Trump withdrew from the nuclear power agreement and reimposed sanctions, Iran has grown increasingly "desperate," Keane said on "Fox News @ Night"
"I think what the Trump administration is doing, basically trying to change Iran's behavior, not just with nuclear weapons, but their aggressive behavior in the Middle East, the retired general said.
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"I think it works because the sanctions are lamps them. Of course, they have a little more desperate here. "
" I think Iran's strategy here really needs the international community, Europeans, even Japan, to put pressure on the US to come back. That's what disrupts the world's largest oil explorer in the Middle East, "he added, referring to the Iranian oil tanker couplings in the Gulf of Oman.
State Secretary Mike Pompeo accused Iran of what he called an" overt attack "on the vessels Thursday, 1
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He charged Iran worked to disrupt the flow of oil through the Hormuz Strait, and this is a deliberate part of a tension escalation campaign and adds that the United States would defend its forces and interests in the region even though it did not elaborate.
Fox News & # 39; Lukas Mikelionis has contributed to this report .