Overnight, President Donald Trump tweeted an all-caps warning to Iran never to threaten the United States again, or "suffer consequences the likes of which few throughout history have ever suffered before".
Netanyahu lobbied hard to have the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers cancelled, and Trump withdrew the United States from the agreement in May.
But Francona, the retired military intelligence officer, thought the "fire and fury" comments were not as heated as Trump's Iran tweet. The deal had been a core component of former President Barack Obama's legacy, offering Tehran sanctions relief in exchange for a halt to Iran's nuclear ambitions.
Speaking in California, Pompeo described Iran's religious leadership as a "mafia".
"It is surely only a matter of time before something tangible yields from the ongoing trade war stories and it probably won't be a pretty outcome", said Matt Stanley, a fuel oil broker at Freight Investors Services in Dubai. USA officials confirm upcoming statements against Iran will portray them in a harsh light, and may be "exaggerated" or even contradict previous statements.
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Moscow and Beijing said they need additional time to investigate the USA allegations and put a six-month "hold" on the US request. The White House push for negotiations in recent months was a dramatic shift from Trump's initial posture toward North Korea.
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Trump's tweeted warning late Sunday to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani - all in capital letters, the digital equivalent of shouting - sparked questions about Washington's strategy towards the Islamic republic.
Trump's broadside against Rouhani had echoes of his approach to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, whom he taunted and threatened on social media before agreeing to a summit.
Last week, Reuters reported that India's Oil Ministry has asked refiners to prepare for a "drastic reduction or zero" imports of Iranian oil from November, when U.S. sanctions against Iran start. The U.S. president supported the protests, saying "the people of Iran are finally acting against the brutal and corrupt Iranian regime".
Also Monday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised Trump's "tough stand" against Iran after the U.S. leader issued a stark warning to the Islamic Republic.
Early in the session, the market climbed after tensions worsened between Iran and the United States, while some offshore workers began a 24-hour strike on three oil and gas platforms in the British North Sea. The United States supports you.
G20 finance leaders voiced concern over the weekend about the risk to global growth from trade tensions between the United States and China, among others.