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Trump promises to target ’52 sites’ if Iran retaliates for Soleimani death

Trump has routinely lashed out at nations for endangering the security of the U.S., famously threatening “fire and fury” against North Korea if the country’s leader, Kim Jong Un, continued testing nuclear weapons. Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei reacted to Soleimani’s death in a U.S. drone strike by vowing “harsh retaliation.” Earlier Saturday, the…

Trump promises to target ’52 sites’ if Iran retaliates for Soleimani death

Trump has consistently blasted nations for endangering the security of the U.S., notoriously threatening “fire and fury” against North Korea if the nation’s leader, Kim Jong Un, continued testing nuclear weapons.

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei reacted to Soleimani’s death in a U.S. drone strike by pledging “severe retaliation.”

Previously Saturday, the Department of Homeland Security released a National Terrorism Advisory System bulletin mentioning that “Iran and its partners, such as Hizballah, have shown the intent and ability to conduct operations in the United States.”

Nevertheless, the publication added, “At this time we have no information showing a particular, trustworthy risk to the Homeland.”

Democratic governmental prospects Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren respectively accused Trump of “incredibly hazardous and careless” behavior and “threatening to commit war criminal activities.”

In the aftermath of Thursday’s deadly attack on the leader of Iran’s elite paramilitary forces, Trump has actually sought to protect his action, stating the U.S. does not “look for war” while cautioning terrorists not to target American interests.

” We did something about it last night to stop a war. We did not act to begin a war,” Trump told reporters in Miami.

A readout of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s call with Russian foreign minister Sergi Lavrov released by the State Department on Friday said Pompeo “explained that the United States stays dedicated to de-escalation.”

Trump’s mention of “52 American captives” is a reference to the Iran captive crisis that engulfed the staying years of former President Jimmy Carter’s presidency.

Iranian radicals took the U.S. Embassy in Tehran on November 4, 1979, taking 52 Americans captive for 444 days in retaliation for longstanding U.S. assistance for the recently deposed shah.

In November 1980, with the standoff ongoing, Carter lost his quote for reelection to Ronald Reagan. The hostages were finally released minutes prior to Reagan’s inauguration on Jan. 20 1981.

Trump tweeted from his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, where he chastised Democrats previously Saturday for their efforts to impeach him.

” As tough as I work, & as successful as our Country has actually ended up being with our Economy, our Military & everything else, it is ashame that the Democrats make us invest so much time & cash on this outrageous Impeachment Lite Scam,” Trump stated. “I need to have the ability to commit all of my time to the REAL U.S.A.!”

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