Laughter at Trump speech a sign of U.S. isolation, Iran guards chief says

GENEVA - Laughter heard during U.S. President Donald Trump's speech to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday was a sign of America's isolation, the head of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards said on Wednesday, according to Fars News.
"You saw and heard their laughter," Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari said, according to Fars. "The message of this ridicule was the crumbling of your facade and the increased isolation of America, and this was a big political disgrace."