Trump: We intervened to prevent a war

the UNITED states killed the powerful iranian topgeneral Qassem Soleimani in order to prevent a war, not to start a new war. It says the us president, Donald

Trump: We intervened to prevent a war

the UNITED states killed the powerful iranian topgeneral Qassem Soleimani in order to prevent a war, not to start a new war. It says the us president, Donald

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
04 January 2020 Saturday 07:00
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Trump: We intervened to prevent a war

the UNITED states killed the powerful iranian topgeneral Qassem Soleimani in order to prevent a war, not to start a new war.

It says the us president, Donald Trump, on Friday night local time in a statement on the killing of the iranian general Qassem Soleimani.

- We took action last night to stop a war. We took action to start a war, " says Trump.

- We are not seeking a regime change, says the president at a brief news conference at his resort Mar-a-Lago in Florida, where he is on Friday.

But Trump stresses according to the tv station CNN that 'the iranian regime's aggression in the region - including its use of stedfortræderkrigere to destabilise the neighbouring countries - must stop and it must stop now'.

According to the president had now killed general Soleimani plans to attack american diplomats and american military.

- We took him in the act and put an end to it, " says Trump.

He adds that he is ready to take any steps necessary to protect american citizens, writes the news agency Reuters.

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Updated: 04.01.2020 07:00
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