President Trump has hit out at Iran, telling them to not “f**k around with us” during a lengthy two hour “virtual rally” with a radio host.
President Trump has hit out at Iran, telling them to not “f**k around with us” during a lengthy two hour “virtual rally” with a radio host.

Trump drops f-bomb in radio interview

President Trump has let rip during an interview, saying Iran knows not to "f - k around with us" during a two hour "virtual rally" with radio host Rush Limbaugh.

The remark was censored by producers on some radio stations that air Limbaugh's nationally syndicated show.

In the uncensored version, Trump said: "Iran knows that and they've been put on notice: If you f - k around with us, if you do something bad to us, we are going to do things to you that have never been done before."

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Trump predicted during the program that Iran would make a new nuclear deal with the US if he wins the November 3 election.

"If I win, we'll have a great deal with Iran within one month," he said.

"I hate to say it on an important show like this, but I'll say it, you don't see the terror the way you used to see the terror. And they know if they do anything against us, they'll pay 1,000-fold."

 

Trump withdrew in 2018 from former President Barack Obama's Iran nuclear deal and escalated sanctions, saying there weren't enough restrictions on the theocracy's nuclear program.

 

In January, Trump ordered the assassination of Iranian Gen. Qasem Soleimani in Iraq - an operation he repeatedly hails for eliminating a "terrorist" leader.

This article originally appeared on the New York Post and has been republished with permission

Originally published as Trump drops f-bomb in radio interview



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