Listen: Protests in Tehran after Iran admits shooting down plane
"Growing anger in Iran and around the world protests have broken out in Tehran and other cities to denounce with demonstrators called lying and incompetence by the country's leadership over the weekend. Iran's government admitted that it accidentally shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet after first denying that it had done so all one hundred seventy six people on board died from London sooner. Rasmussen has more so new. Rhonda's been anger from the population. Shen I think for two reasons. One is because this is perceived as incompetence by Ron's military who for the past year or so oh has been kinda hailed for his precision strikes around the region and then as anger about the lying what people see as lies by their officials. Military for three days. Didn't admit to the fact that they had shut down his passenger airline even though many Iranians thing that that obviously they would have known as soon as it happened over the weekend. President Trump tweeted his support for the protesters in Farsi. Basically in those tweets said that he been his administration regime had been standing with the Iranian people from the very beginning and that they were watching the protests that were inspired by the courage of Iranians. From what I've seen seen the reaction from Iranians inside Iran has been lukewarm. Let's put it that way. Many Iranian see president trump as the architect of these very harsh sanctions that have squeezed Iran in economy and really slashed life quality for many Iranians. So there's is a lot of resistance in Iran this type of rhetoric I think from the trump"