He pointed to the past use of nuclear weapons by the United States and to recent comments by U.S. President Donald Trump that he had called off a military strike on Iran because it would have killed 150 people.
“You were really worried about 150 people?
How many people have you killed with a nuclear weapon?
How many generations have you wiped out with these weapons?” Zarif said.
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