"We're putting additional sanctions on, they're going on slowly and, in some cases, pretty rapidly, but additional sanctions are being put on Iran", the President told reporters on the South Lawn Saturday before departing to Camp David.
"They came back and said, "Sir, approximately 150.' And I thought about it for a second".
Her husband, Richard Ratcliffe, said: "I've been asked how hopeful I am".
"Let's make Iran great again", he added, tweaking for the occasion his main domestic political mantra.
Mr Trump has said he does not want war with Iran, but warned it it would face "obliteration" if conflict broke out. "I think that was a very wise decision", Trump told reporters.
Tehran shot down a USA military "spy" drone earlier this week, which Iran claims had invaded Iran airspace, to send a "clear message" to Washington that the country is capable of defending its borders.
His decision was made shortly after the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) said on Wednesday that it had brought down a US Northrop Grumman RQ-4 Global Hawk surveillance drone flying over the coastal Hormozgan Province because it had violated the country's airspace.
Relations between Washington and Tehran have gone into a downward spiral since May 2018, when Donald Trump withdrew from the 2015 nuclear deal and reinstated all sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
However, the United States Central Command insisted the drone was flying over worldwide waters.
And in 2014, state media broadcast footage of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei visiting an exhibition where the Iranian copy of the US drone appeared to be on display.
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The airfield will remain closed until further notice, officials said. "The first crews on scene extinguished the fire". The debris field covered an area of about 50 feet by 50 feet.
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The first half strike came on the 41st minute mark through Mahmoud Trezeguet after a series of attacking waves on the Zimbabweans. There had been reports Zimbabwe's players could boycott the Group A encounter amid a pay dispute but that did not materialise.
United States defense officials refused to confirm the reports.
On Saturday, a senior spokesperson from the Iranian armed forces warned that a U.S. military strike would trigger a crushing response.
However, the EU's failure to ensure Iran's economic interests forced Tehran to stop honoring certain commitments under JCPOA on May 8, 2019.
In the days since, USA and Iranian officials have bickered over where exactly the aircraft was when it was shot down. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Friday that Iran's financial sector would be penalized soon if it doesn't work to stop evading worldwide guidelines created to combat money laundering.
In Iraq, security measures were increased at one of the country's largest air bases, which houses American trainers, a top Iraqi air force commander said Saturday.
Citing US officials, the newspaper reported that the attack crippled Iranian computers used to control rocket and missile launches.
Both the Washington Post and AP news agency said the cyber-attack had disabled the systems.
The sanctions bar U.S. companies from trading with Iran, but also with foreign firms or countries that are dealing with Iran.
The Trump Administration has blamed Iran for the attacks, which damaged six ships in the waters off the Emirati port of Fujairah.
Meanwhile, Etihad Airways has become the latest airline to announce it is suspending operations through Iranian airspace over the Straits of Hormuz and the Gulf of Oman.
"The execution sentence was carried out for Jalal Haji Zavar, a contractor for the defence ministry's aerospace organisation who spied for the CIA and the American government", semi-official ISNA news agency reported, quoting the Iranian military.