The Trump administration imposed sanctions against 13 people and a dozen companies — the first punishment since the administration put Iran “on notice” after the regime test-fired a ballistic missile. The Treasury Department made the announcement Friday. “Iran’s continued support for terrorism and development of its ballistic missile program poses a

threat to the region, to our partners worldwide and to the United States,” John E. Smith, the Treasury Department’s acting sanctions chief, said in a statement. President Donald Trump tweeted Friday, “Iran is playing with fire – they don’t appreciate how ‘kind’ President Obama was to them. Not me!” READ MORE