TEHRAN (Dispatches) – Iran on Monday addressed U.S. President Donald Trump’s recent conflicting accounts about what he has called future talks with the Islamic Republic. Trump has alleged that he would reach a quick deal with Iran upon potential reelection. More recently, though, he alleged that coming to such a post-election agreement with Tehran would be tough. "Mr. Trump lacks all correct understanding of the nature of the international relations,” Iran’s Foreign Ministr spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said. "There neither is, was nor will be any talks,” he said, adding reports about either underway or potential U.S. talks are accounts that simply serve Washington’s own domestic needs.