Pompeo And Mnuchin Announce Additional Sanctions Against Iran | MSNBC

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced that new sanctions will be imposed against Iran after missiles were launched at bases in Iraq where U.S. troops were stationed. Aired on 1/10/20.
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Pompeo And Mnuchin Announce Additional Sanctions Against Iran | MSNBC

37 Comments on "Pompeo And Mnuchin Announce Additional Sanctions Against Iran | MSNBC"

  1. Why don’t you sanction there oil

  2. The Oxfordcommaa | January 10, 2020 at 1:17 PM | Reply

    Ok so you attack their general…they retaliate and you tack on sanctions….even though you attacked first. Lol ok

    • Richard Skipper | January 10, 2020 at 3:50 PM | Reply

      @Jennifer Sanchez then move out of America and go live somewhere else and see how good you have it!!

    • Jennifer Sanchez | January 10, 2020 at 3:54 PM | Reply

      Richard Skipper so just because someone doesn’t agree on something they just suppose to get up and leave ? Didn’t this whole administration campaign on making America great ? Why not tell them to leave ?

    • Ryan Ellsworth | January 10, 2020 at 3:59 PM | Reply

      @Richard Skipper I didn’t say that. As American citizens the best we can do is be aware of issues, talk with our family and neighbors, write our Congressmen, maybe even get into politics if we can and vote according to our beliefs. As for playing armchair quarterback from the cheap seats based on one-sided biased propaganda (same goes for people on both sides) is it really worth getting all worked up against each other? Why not, talk to each other instead, have great debates and understand both sides of the argument and make our own decisions rather than regurgitating what Fox or CNN has to say? Anything short of that is just ignorant grunting. Yes, Richard, I’m calling you out. You want to have an intelligent discussion, bring it. Otherwise, go back to playing with your… participation trophy.

    • Ryan Ellsworth | January 10, 2020 at 4:05 PM | Reply

      @Richard Skipper She is entitled to her opinion. In many things I agree. We have been hypocrites for decades and we are responsible for supporting most of the atrocities in the world. The rise and funding of ISIS. The dependency of Central American countries… The question is, how can we help fix the problem? Do we really need to take in the poor from every other country until we are just like them or are there other options? We need to talk with each other and find common ground. Don’t let the propagandist media divide us. Even if we do not agree, we can still respect each other’s opinions.

    • Ryan Ellsworth | January 10, 2020 at 4:27 PM | Reply

      @Jennifer Sanchez Or we can stop arguing and work together. Jennifer, you sound like a moderate liberal. Good people! Richard sounds like a leftist provocateur (trouble). The problem is we have extremists on both sides trying to tell the middle what to think. It’s time we take our country back and tell the fringe to pound sand.

  3. The big war is coming no doubt about it

  4. Ah, the irony of Mnuchin accusing Iran of being the country that has caused the most instability in the region, when they have invaded two of it’s neighbors. The smug clowns think they are in any position to lecture anybody else on meddling in other countries affairs with any credibility.

  5. Titular Anemone | January 10, 2020 at 1:19 PM | Reply

    Has anyone seen photographs of this man and his wife posing with minted U.S. bills at OUR treasury?

  6. smirk Mc flerkin | January 10, 2020 at 1:29 PM | Reply

    Idiots cause a problem and then act like hero’s

  7. China, Russia, the Gulf States and the EU, which gets thrown under the boss anytime trump gets a chance, should defy those sanctions.

  8. Lynette Patton | January 10, 2020 at 2:05 PM | Reply

    They won’t define ‘imminent’ for anybody.

  9. Laurel and Hardy are back.
    But they aint funny anymore.
    They were funny when they shut their lying faces.

  10. What a pair of dishonorable opportunists. This is part of our leadership, the US has barely been served by a worse leadership team in its history. That so many choose to ignore the big con and cultish behaviour is astounding. Not surprising we are a total laughing stock…MAGA ffs open your non-Fox eyes

  11. manaushis not wanting to disclose how much dump and family have spent on vacation at his resorts should tell you everything. ” I won’t have time to golf because I’ll be working for you”.

  12. They look like the two main contenders in a butt ugly contest,it’s pretty much a tie!

  13. Michael Marceau | January 10, 2020 at 2:23 PM | Reply

    Remember a couple of weeks ago when the Iranian people were starting to protest against their govt?

    • Not anymore…they have another enemy to worry about now. Trump’s administration is determined to put as much bad karma out in the world as possible!

    • chewjello1    true, but there is no such thing as bad karma, its just karma or no karma. Trimp is putting Evil out in the world, like all other conservatives. Fascism is like  ugly fashion (eg.80’s hair), its part of the cycle of time and as long as people, are as stupid as the people of the past. Then conservatism will still exist.

  14. Pierre Marie Cordier | January 10, 2020 at 3:09 PM | Reply

    Oh Oh Oh, Mnuchin is back roller skating full speed !!

  15. This administration cant do ANYTHING without mentioning the “previous administration” 🙄

  16. Next USA will be put a sanction on underwear, shocks.

  17. Oh great….they are just going sink the knife in deeper. That will calm things down….sure. Idiots!

  18. Stephanie Davis | January 10, 2020 at 4:24 PM | Reply

    How bout the U.S. act like a “normal nation’?

  19. Tweedle dee and tweedle dumber….sadly for our nation

  20. Sometimes when I hear ‘regime’ it sounds like US.

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