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2020 Dems not credit trump strike for the blocking of Iran: ‘Like setting a fire… and then you put it’

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Trump sends mixed messages, like he would react in the Iran shooting down a U.S. drone in front of the decision to be a retaliatory air-strike; Karl Rove, Mo Elleithee, Emily Jashinsky, and Howard Kurtz weigh in on the topic.

President Trump has criticism from his own party is not tough enough on Iran, and now two of his potential 2020 adversary against escalation refused to credit him for the exercise of restraint.

According to U.S. military officials, the unmanned U.S. drone in international air space, said Iran was shot down -, Trump the assessment of plans for a counterstrike was. Soon before it was set to, say, the President stopped the process, that the expected 150 death would have been cases in Iran too much.

“I don’t think, to make that someone a credit for a crisis of their own,” Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., said on Sunday on CBS News’ “Face the Nation”. “There is no question in my mind that the current occupant of the White house, President Trump, a series of events that to this event.”

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A new wave of Iranian hostilities was probably increased in response to the President’s sanctions. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S. C., warned that by vigorous measures against Iran, Trump, the wrong message might send.

Also on “Face the Nation,” Harris fellow-candidates, Bernie Sanders, sen, I-Vt., said he would do “everything I can” to prevent war with Iran, but also criticized trump. When asked whether Trump deserves credit for not attacking, Sanders – Harris — blame trump for the current state of things.

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“You see, the setting is like someone has a fire to a basket full of paper, and then put it out,” said Sanders. “He contributed to the crisis, and then he stopped the attacks.”

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When you are asked what you would do if you were in the White house, and Harris, you of the Iran nuclear agreement would, after Trump had moved out of the USA.

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“I would strengthen it. I would have added ballistic – ballistic-missile Tests,” Harris. She also said, “I think we can strengthen what we do, in terms of the monitoring and review of progress.”

Trump even mentioned to meet the demand, ball aired ballistic missiles in a conversation with NBC News’ Chuck Todd, on Sunday morning. The White house has said, to force it meets, the Iran back to the negotiating table with a “maximum pressure” campaign of sanctions.

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