'If we see smallest misstep from the enemies, our roaring missiles will fall on their heads,' Revolutionary Guard official says.
Some 22 Senators from both sides of the aisle send a letter voicing support for the bid to impose sanctions on Iran; eight signatories also supported the nuclear deal and include Clinton's former running mate Kaine.
Sanctions would be imposed in a manner that would not violate Iranian nuclear deal and will be imposed partly due to recent ballistic missile test.
Trump's comment comes day after his national security adviser put Tehran 'on notice.' Senior GOP congressmen support new sanctions.
Tehran conducted two tests over the weekend: one on a long-range missile; the other on how the new U.S. president will react to its provocation.
According to Fox News, Iran's ballistic missile test over the weekend was the first one since Trump took office.
Iran, which has not directly purchased a Western-built plane in nearly 40 years, has ordered 100 from Airbus, 80 from Boeing and 20 from ATR.
The outgoing U.S. president entered the White House amid great expectations, but leaves having racked up very few qualitative achievements.
Federica Mogherini lays out documents that reduce the amount of enriched uranium that counts towards a limit set by the deal.
Iranian president Rohani described the technology as a 'nuclear propeller to be used in marine transportation.'