President Trump warned Friday that Iran could face "new and serious consequences" if it doesn't free U.S. citizens imprisoned in Iran.
"President Donald J. Trump and his administration are redoubling efforts to bring home all Americans unjustly detained abroad," the White House said in a statement. "The United States condemns hostage takers and nations that continue to take hostages and detain our citizens without just cause or due process. President Trump is prepared to impose new and serious consequences on Iran unless all unjustly imprisoned American citizens are released and returned." It did not detail what those consequences could be, however.
Trump specifically called for the release of American citizens Robert Levinson and Baquer and Siamak Namazi.
Levinson is a former FBI agent who disappeared from Iran's Kish Island in 2007.
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