Iranians must change before a meeting can occur

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Rouhani said on Monday Tehran would not talk to Trump until the USA returned to the 2015 deal.

President Donald Trump's boast about his administration's accomplishments provoked chuckles from an audience at the United Nations on Tuesday.

Multinational cooperation "is under fire precisely when we need it most", Guterres said Monday. "America's so true.didn't expect that reaction but it's ok". In the middle of a "speech" that was essentially Trump repeating talking points about how "successful" his administration has been, someone interrupted.

United States National Security Adviser John Bolton on Tuesday said Iran will have "hell to pay", if the U.S., its citizens or allies are targeted, BBC reported.

The US President said that Tehran's leaders "do not respect their neighbours or borders or the sovereign rights of nations".

He said the American economy was "booming like never before" and that his administration has accomplished more in less than two years than nearly any other administration.

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The peaceful message was in stark contrast to the dire one Trump offered in his first address to the U.N. General Assembly a year ago.

Last year, Trump spent his president's address deriding North Korea's Kim Jong Un as a "Rocket Man", but this year his message was different.

Donald Trump, whose political ascent has been full of firsts, yesterday achieved another rare feat - bringing laughter to the solemn UN General Assembly.

The president - who threatened to "totally destroy" North Korea in his United Nations speech a year ago - is expected to employ a forceful tone toward the Islamic Republic, even if not as bellicose as he did toward Pyongyang.

Iran's behavior will also be a major focus Wednesday when Trump leads a meeting of the U.N. Security Council.

"Every solution to the humanitarian crisis in Syria must also include a strategy to address the brutal regime which has fueled and financed it: the corrupt dictatorship in Iran", Mr Trump said in NY.

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