Trump tells Iran ‘if you f–k with us, we’ll do things ‘never done before’

Trump held a virtual rally with Rush Limbaugh and warned the adversarial country.

The president of the United States is the most prominent statesmen in the country, but Donald Trump has disregarded that decorum on more than one occasion.

He casually dropped the F-bomb while holding a virtual “mega, MAGA rally” with Rush Limbaugh on Friday.

“If you fuck around with us, if you do something bad to us, we are gonna do things to you that have never been done before,” Trump uttered on the airwaves.

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The colorful comment was made in regard to the tense relations with Iran. On Thursday, the Trump administration imposed sanctions on Iran’s banking sector.

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U.S. President Donald Trump gestures on the Truman Balcony after returning to the White House from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on October 05, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

“Our sanctions are directed at the regime and its corrupt officials that have used the wealth of the Iranian people to fuel a radical, revolutionary cause that has brought untold suffering across the Middle East and beyond,” Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said, according to Yahoo.

Pompeo continued, “Our maximum economic pressure campaign will continue until Iran is willing to conclude a comprehensive negotiation that addresses the regime’s malign behavior.”

Limbaugh, the stalwart of conservative talk radio, did not censor the president. He was instead effusive about how Trump is the “strongest, most unwavering” leader.

However, FCC regulations has strict guidelines on obscenity, indecency and profanity.

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During the animated conversation, Trump hailed Regeneron Pharmaceuticals’ antibody cocktail as a “cure.” He was given the drug as part of his treatment for COVID-19.

“People are going to get immediately better, like I did,” the president said.

“A day later, I was fine,” Trump claimed despite White House aides and officials from Walter Reed Hospital stating he was not yet in perfect health. “This is better than the vaccine, and it’s going out as we speak.”

It was a week ago that the president announced that he and first lady Melania Trump had fallen ill with the coronavirus. He regaled Limbaugh of his boasts about a quick recovery from the deadly contagion.

“I’m free. I feel perfect,” Trump said. “I’m not taking anything. It was primarily this one drug.”

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