An Iranian parliamentarian has offered a reward of three million dollars to anyone who kills the US president, Donald Trump and has assured that Iran could avoid US threats if it had nuclear weapons, the Iranian news agency ISNA reported Tuesday.
"On behalf of the people of Kerman province, we will pay a prize of 3 million dollars in cash to those who kill Trump," said the legislator referring to the Iranian city where last January 3 General Soleimani lost his life during an American bombing, the agency reported.
The city of Kerman is the hometown of Qasem Soleimani, the commander killed by Trump and whose killing has initiated the conflict between the two countries. "If we had nuclear weapons we would be protected from threats," said the parliamentarian.RELATED
He added that they should "include in our agenda the production of long-range missiles," yes, Hamzeh has suggested Iran's exit from the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) "as soon as possible" and "initiate nuclear tests. ".
The parliamentarian did not explain whether the decision to threaten the president of the United States with death was taken by the clerics who govern Kerman.