Donald Trump is compared to the late Iraqi Dictator Saddam Hussein who was the fifth president of Iraq from July 16, 1979 to April 9, 2003. He initiated revolutionary Arab Socialist Ba’ath Party and the Baghdad-based Ba’ath Party with regional organizations. He was captured and executed by hanging on December 30, 2006 due to killing crimes in 1982 of 148 Iraqi Shi’a and some accusations of having ties to Al-Qaeda.
He was called by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani a madman like late Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. “In recent Iranian history we have had to deal with two madmen twice … (Donald) Trump and Saddam,” Rouhani said on Wednesday.
“Saddam was executed for his crimes … Trump’s fate is not going to look much better either,” Rouhani said.
In the end, however, Iran was victorious in both wars, Rouhani continued. As they were involved with Iraq in a military war during the 1980-88 and Trump on economic relations, broadcasted on state television.
The Iranian president shows positive emotions with the departure of President Trump from office, who led campaign of “maximum pressure” against the Islamic republic.
“Some say you are overexcited by the advent of Mr Biden. No, we are not, but we are very happy to see Trump leave,” he said in televised comments at a cabinet meeting.
“Thank God, these are his final days,” Rouhani added, calling Trump a “tyrant”, “the most unruly, lawless president” and a “terrorist and murderer.”