Mohammad Javad Zarif, the foreign minister of Iran, has posted a new video on YouTube in which he says that US President Donald Trump [VIDEO]’s recent threats to pull America out of a wide-ranging nuclear arms deal that has been signed across the world just to spite Iran is akin to “bullying.” He also said that the nation would not even consider “renegotiat[ing] or [add]ing onto” the deal as it currently stands if America does withdraw.

The foreign minister essentially outlined that if Trump does decide to cut America out of the nuclear deal, even despite the UN begging him not to [VIDEO], then Iran will also leave – no ifs, ands, or buts.

They will refuse to return to the deal at all, no matter how much they change it and no matter how much officials from France, Italy, Germany, and the UK are currently desperately trying to get them to change their minds.

Zarif claims that Trump is wrong about Iran

Trump has been claiming that Iran has been flaking on the deal ever since it was signed, but Zarif – who got his education in America – begs to differ. He says that on eleven different times since the deal was put into motion, the UN came snooping around to make sure everything was up to snuff, and every time, they decided that “Iran has implemented all of its obligations” under the rule of the nuclear deal.