Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said during a recent Cabinet meeting that with the end of the Trump administration conditions would be more favorable for acting in America’s “actual interests.”

In remarks aired on Iran’s IRINN TV on Nov. 11, Rouhani said that the Trump administration had “interfered” with Iran’s relations with other countries.

“The problem of the (American) administration, which is in its final months, was that it was not very familiar with international politics. It was almost carrying out the dictates of the (American) extremists and of the Zionist regime,” said Rouhani.

“Some of our youth believe that we were the ones who cut off relations with the Americans. This is not the case. They are the ones who cut off relations with Iran. We did not start this,” added the Iranian premier.

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