Experts and analysts told The Baghdad Post that Hassan Rouhani's second term would be hardest on him.
This comes as Trump visits Saudi Arabia hours after Rouhani won his second term.
Putting stop to Iran's reign of terror
The main goal of trump's visit to Riyadh is to put a stop to Iran's reign of terror and destroy its proxies in Iraq, Syria, Yemen and Lebanon.
Mullah regime is currently facing a great challenge from the US' massive allies.
Rouhani will be forced to comply with Trump-Salman summit's result to avoid direct clashes with US, especially after promising Iranian voters to avert a war with the US.
On the other hand, he is also forced to show hardliners that he is a strong leader who is not afraid of Trump's threats.
Panic in Iran
Iranians are currently watching with fear the details of Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia and the anticipated alliances between US and Saudi Arabia, Gulf States and Islamic nations.
Mullah's regime henchmen are also extremely nervous from this visit's timing and its goals.
Trump chose Saudi Arabia as his first stop because it is the main defense line against Iranian terrorism. Experts say that this visit will include discussion and major military steps to combat Iranian terrorism and putting an end to it.
A newly-launched Saudi news website is dedicated to cover this historic visit. In Riyadh, Trump and King Salman will discuss means to strengthen bilateral ties in political, economic and security fields.
Another summit will follow with the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries where Mr. Trump and leaders from the Gulf States will tackle threats facing the region and boost economic relations.
Trump will conclude the visit with his third summit with Islamic leaders from all over the world to build stronger security relations to combat terrorism and radicalism.
US President Donald Trump and Saudi King Salman Bin Abdel Aziz are also planning to announce the forming of a new Arab-Muslim alliance that will include over 17 Muslim and Arab countries.
This alliance will include the leaders of of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states, Jordan’s King Abdullah, the Moroccan King Muhammed, presidents of Algeria and Tunisia and the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
Observers in the Gulf said that the summit is designed to mark the expansion of defense relations between the US and moderate Arab and Muslim nations for a combined war against ISIS.
Tehran fears of US and Saudi leaders as they will not only fight ISIS but the Iran's Shiite proxies in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and Yemen.
Iran’s Tabnak News Agency has warned that President Trump trip to Riyadh and his meeting with Saudi and other Arab leaders will set the stage for a Sunni Arab-US alliance to counter Iran’s influence in the region.
Tackling Iranian file in summits
The main goal of these summits is to put a stop to Iranian interventions in the Middle East, supporting and backing of proxy militias to destabilize the region with sectarian crimes.
Trump openly criticized the feasibility of former US president Barack Obama's nuclear deal with Iran, asserting that his administration will reconsider this deal and its benefits to America and the world.
Trump also put Iran on notice warning its regime from carrying on with its terrorist schemes to destabilize Iraq, Syria and Yemen, urging the rouge country to stop backing and sponsoring terrorist militias that spread sectarianism and radicalism throughout the region.