Foreign Ministry spokesman Christofer Burger told reporters in Berlin on Monday: "We support dialogue and talks, and we call on all sides to exercise restraint and rhetorical disarmament".
President Donald Trump boards Air Force One at Morristown Municipal Airport, in Morristown, N.J., Sunday, July 22, 2018, en route to Washington after staying at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J.
"The president was up past his bedtime last night, lashing out after the president of Iran said America should know that peace with Iran is the "mother of all peace" and war with Iran is the 'mother of all wars, ' " the ABC host joked.
The tweet is reverberating across the Middle East.
However, during his weekly cabinet meeting Monday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also praised the president's statements regarding Iran.
Trump wisely backed out of this deal, and protests broke out across Iran this past winter.
Tehran is already aware of what is coming from the administration as consequences of Trump's May withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear accord take shape.
"Mr. President, starting a war - or even just a war of words - with Iran won't save you from Bob Mueller". And Sanders warned that Iran could face further severe consequences if the hostile rhetoric continues.
"You are not in a position to incite the Iranian nation against Iran's security and interests".
Leilaz says Trump and Kim got "closer" despite their previous warring words.
"Such policies will unite Iranians who will overcome plots against their country", Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi said. "The United States is with you".
Still, he did not rule out peace between the two countries. In May, Trump pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal and reimposed sanctions on Iran. "Be cautious!" Trump said, writing the entire message in capital letters. "Likewise a war would be the mother of all wars".
"The United States under President Trump will not stay silent either", he said.