President Trump's tweets on the ongoing Iran protests were immediate, have been daily and are likely to grow and transform into real change for Iranians.
Pence said the Trump administration and Congress are developing legislation that would immediately re-impose all nuclear- and missile-related sanctions if Iran resumes attempts to develop an atomic bomb and missiles to deliver a bomb.
"The governor said it (the gunfire) was unlikely to be by police as they were not supposed to open fire", he said in a separate interview with the reformist Etamad newspaper.
On Sunday police used water cannon to disperse protesters at a major intersection, as captured in a video obtained by BBC Persian.
All those cities have seen protests in recent days.
Rouhani said, "Anyone who calls the Iranian people terrorists does not have the right to sympathize with the people".
Turkish officials on Wednesday said Iran's President Hassan Rouhani told his Turkish counterpart during a phone call that he hopes the protests "will end in a couple of days".
Trump is many things to different groups, but what he is not is a European pushover or afraid to side with the hungry and deserving people of Iran against the corrupt Revolutionary Guard lead by the supreme leader. "If necessary, the people will pour into the streets to defend the system, however, it does not mean to ignore voice of criticism and protest". A gunshot and muzzle flash could be seen in the footage taken in Isfahan province, where there have been days of protests. Protesters were tearing down the banners of Iran's Supreme leaders, Ruholla Khomeini and Khamenei.The second element that distinguished these protests from others was the surge of protesters pointing to the Iranian regime's vicious foreign policies. In some protests, women cast off their hijabs in defiance of the country's strict Islamic dress code and called for equal rights.
The protests appear to have been sparked by social media posts and a surge in prices of basic food supplies, such as eggs and poultry.
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US Under-Secretary of State Steve Goldstein said Instagram, Telegram and other platforms were "legitimate avenues for communication".
But Mr Rouhani hit back, saying that the American leader - whose "whole being is against the nation of Iran - had "no right" to sympathise with protesters". Several hundred people reportedly have been arrested, though police say they've released many.
The protests are smaller than the so-called Green Movement of 2009, when millions marched in the capital Tehran to protest the election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
A total of six people have died since protests against economic hardship broke out across the country on Thursday.
Undoubtedly high on his list is the USA, where President Donald Trump has tweeted his support for the protests for several days.
Iran is failing at every level despite the bad deal made with them by the Obama Administration.
"He will be a lame-duck president and Khamenei will have more power".
Mr Rouhani described the USA president as an "enemy of the Iranian nation from the top of his head to his very toes" after Mr Trump said Iranians were "finally getting wise as to how their money and wealth is being stolen and squandered on terrorism". Authorities also reacted with force to the current wave of demonstrations - at least 21 people had been killed and hundreds arrested as The World Weekly went to press- but so far have refrained from the type of mass crackdown seen nearly a decade ago.