In comments before school teachers, Khamenei told Trump: "You can not do a damn thing!"
The three leaders said they were committed to implementing the deal despite Trump's decision to pull out. Another hardline daily, Vatane Emrouz headlined its report on U.S. pullout as "The end of nothing". In return, Iran agreed to restrictions on its nuclear program and rigorous inspections. This was an excuse.
"The Iran deal is defective at its core", he said. It did not cover a range of worrying Iranian activities from its missile programme to its regional behaviour. "In turn, Iran should continue to receive the sanctions relief it is entitled to whilst it remains in compliance with the terms of the deal", they said.
Mr Burt sought to play down suggestions that the U.S. was ready to launch an attack on Iran - possibly using "proxies" such as the Israelis or the Saudis, who also remain highly suspicious of Tehran's nuclear ambitions. Although the company plays a major part in the defence industry, it also has deals worth several billions of dollars with Iran.
Khamenei questioned whether Europe had the will or the ability to save the nuclear deal. This was never a deal.
President Trump paused for a moment and said ominously, "Iran will find out".
Iranian lawmakers burned an American flag in parliament on Wednesday to protest U.S. President Donald Trump's withdrawal from the nuclear deal. The prospect of free access to worldwide oil markets and accelerating flows of trade and investment were among the carrots that persuaded the Islamic Republic's leaders to sign up to an agreement capping its nuclear program. "So we want to adhere to it and see to it that Iran does too, that Iran behaves with restraint", he told French radio station RTL.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's comments came Wednesday as he met with a group of school teachers in Tehran, a day after Trump announced he was renewing sanctions on Iran.
"It seems that Trump does not have the mental capacity to deal with issues and the language of force is more effective for this person so that he could face the consequences of his arrogant characteristics", Larijani was quoted as saying.
Russia's foreign ministry said Moscow was deeply disappointed by Trump's move, calling it a blatant violation of worldwide law.