"The US president is reflecting stupidity", Khamenei said, adding that the reason he is annoyed with Iran is because USA policies in Syria, Iraq and Lebanon have failed. "I don't think there is a majority in the U.S. Senate that wants to abolish the deal".
Ayatollah Khamenei, Iran's highest authority, welcomed their support but said it was not sufficient.
And Iran threatened the USA with "retaliation" if Trump took any action, even vowing to destroy Israel if the agreement was ripped up. "Europe needs to stand against practical measures (taken) by America".
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei attends a meeting with students in Tehran, Iran, October 18, 2017.
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Iran's highest authority also said Tehran was determined to continue its disputed ballistic missile programme despite the pressure from Europe and the United States to suspend it. Tehran has defended the move, saying the weapons are exclusively for defensive purposes.
Tehran has repeatedly pledged to continue what it calls a defensive missile capability in defiance of Western criticism.
Mr. Khamenei said: "they must avoid interfering in our defence programme".
"Why do YOU have missiles? We will not accept the Europeans going along with America's bullying".
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"When Trump calls Iran "The Terrorist Nation", or distorts the 2,500 years of history the "Persian Gulf" has, by calling it the "Arabian Gulf", people realize that they are being targeted", he told euronews. "Why do YOU have nuclear weapons?"
The senior commander went on to say that not only European countries and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) refused to comply with Trump's stance toward Iran, but even his own defense and state secretaries held him in contempt for such a stance. "The president of the United States has many powers (but) not this one", the European Union foreign policy chief stressed.
"To ask the same thing (as the Americans) about why Iran is present in the region - well, deal with it".
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