"Westerners do not help us, they hit wherever they can," said Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
Wendy Sherman has expressed concerns about food security and the COVID pandemic in the isolated country.
"It seems that the U.S. may interpret the situation in such a way as to seek a comfort for itself," Kim Yo Jong told the official Korean Central News Agency. "The expectation, which they chose to harbor the wrong way, would plunge them into a greater disappointment."
Kim Yo Jong said the U.S.. had "wrong" expectations after national security adviser Jake Sullivan expressed optimism for over talks with Pyongyang.
"I called on France to ... cease abiding by illegal sanctions imposed by the US," tweeted Iran Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, in follow-up remarks Saturday afternoon.
North Korea has accused the secretary of state of "talking nonsense" and "fabricating stories."
"North Korea's diplomacy has taken an unprecedented tactical course, which is tailor-made for Trump," warned Thae Yong Ho, a former North Korean deputy ambassador to Britain who defected in 2016.
Rodman said he gave the supreme leader of North Korea a copy of "The Art of the Deal" in 2017, but he doesn't want to "take all the credit" for the nuclear program meeting.
Shah of Iran made same arguments as Islamic government that would eventually replace him.
The Iran deal offers a chance for the West to engage with the countries of the South Caucasus.
The Israeli premier's strident alarmism has failed to offer an alternative that would improve Israel's safety.
The Iran nuke deal must not lead to dropping our guard against the Russian nuclear threat.
Despite the deal, Iran will not change its anti-Western foreign policy.
In return for lifting U.S., EU and U.N. sanctions, Iran will be subjected to long-term curbs on a nuclear program.
To renege on the agreement would damage the U.S.'s credibility and its future capacity to act.
Iran has hanged more than 650 people already this year and is one of the world's largest prisons for journalists and bloggers.
"The strange inspection arrangement in the agreement will allow the Iranians to lie and cheat."
"We're frankly more concerned about the quality of the deal than we are about the clock," the spokeswoman for the U.S. delegation said.
Khamenei said sanctions imposed on Iran should be lifted as soon it reaches a final deal with major powers.
Critics say the nuclear deal, due to be decided tomorrow, is overshadowing the country's human rights violations.