Trump on Tuesday night fired back at close ally Sen. Lindsey Graham after the South Carolina Republican criticized the president's past approach to Iran.
“Do I want war? I don’t want war with anybody,” Trump told reporters in the Oval Office Monday afternoon
Iran hawks and doves alike believe that Trump’s policy toward the Islamic Republic will shift with the ouster of national security adviser John Bolton.
Sen. Lindsey Graham said the U.S. should consider striking Iranian oil refineries in response to new attacks on Saudi oil refineries.
Trump said Monday he would be willing to meet with Iran under the “right” circumstances after French President Macron indicated he's trying to arrange a meeting.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the country would deploy a maritime surveillance aircraft to the region by the end of the year.
The United Kingdom on Monday shunned the United States’ call for a multi-nation effort to protect non-Iranian ships in the Persian Gulf.
President Trump said Tuesday the U.S. is "not going to need an exit strategy" if war broke out with Iran.
When asked if he believes he has the authority to initiate military action against Iran without first going to Congress, Trump said, "I do."
Senators voted 53-45 in favor of a resolution of disapproval to block one of the 22 arms sales the administration noticed to Congress, though the vote is ongoing.
The US is deploying a carrier strike group and a bomber task force to the Middle East in response to what it called "troubling and escalatory indications and warnings" from Iran.
The Trump administration is renewing three key waivers that allow European allies, China and Russia to cooperate with Iran on civil nuclear programs, according to multiple reports.
The confrontation reportedly stemmed from Clinton’s condemnation of Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) in recent weeks.
Omar, as a well as Tlaib, have been criticized by Republicans for their support of the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement, which condemns Israel’s treatment of Palestinians.
Logically, if the goal is truly to positively influence Iran’s behavior, the objective should be to get it more engaged in international diplomacy and conflict resolution, not to further isolate it. In this regard, the recent push to end the war in Yemen presents an opportunity.
As two young Americans, we question the wisdom of how we have approached the Iranian issue. How do we reach a breakthrough if we limit ourselves...