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WORLD WAR 3 – End Time Prophecy Headlines – WORLD WAR 3 – Iran tries to form new coalition with Saudi Arabia to TAKE ON Donald Trump

WORLD WAR 3 - End Time Prophecy Headlines - WORLD WAR 3 - Iran tries to form new coalition with Saudi Arabia to TAKE ON Donald Trump

WORLD WAR 3 – End Time Prophecy Headlines – WORLD WAR 3 – Iran tries to form new coalition with Saudi Arabia to TAKE ON Donald Trump

WORLD WAR 3: Iran tries to form new coalition with Saudi Arabia to TAKE ON Donald Trump

IRAN launched an attack on Donald Trump in a bid to build a new anti-US alliance with Saudi Arabia to fight against the US President’s “delusion”.

Tehran came to the defence of Saudi Arabia after Mr Trump claimed the Saudi King would not stay in power for longer than two weeks without US support.

The Iranian Foreign Minister used the jibe to try to persuade Saudis form a coalition with Tehran and build a “strong” Middle East.

Javad Zarif wrote on Twitter: “President Trump repeatedly humiliates the Saudis by saying they can’t last two weeks without his support.

“This is the recompense for the delusion that one’s security can be outsourced.

“We again extend our hand to our neighbours: let’s build a strong region, and stop this conceit.”

The US President’s comments Mr Zarif heavily criticised were made last week during a rally in Southaven, Mississippi.

During his speech, Trump claimed to “love” King Salaman but noted that unless the Kingdom increases its defence budget, it will face an uncertain future.

He told his supporters: “I said: King, we’re protecting you.

“You might not be there for two weeks without us; you have to pay for your military.

“‘I said, king, you have got trillions of dollars.

“Without us, who knows what’s going to happen?

“With us they are totally safe.”

The US President did not specify when he made the remark to the Saudi Monarch and there was no immediate reaction from the Kingdom.

However, his comments were clearly an effort to put pressure on one of the US’ closest Middle East allies over rising oil prices.

Trump has repeatedly demanded OPEC and Saudi Arabia, the world’s biggest oil exporter, to push prices down.

But analysts have been warning prices could go up to $100 a barrel as Iranian oil exports have already been hit by the US sanctions, which will officially take effect on November 4.

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