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Jonathan Schanzer and Michael O’hanlon weigh in on President Trump the decision to admit publicly that he was planning to attack Iran, and why he chose you to stop it.
A President Trump’s most vocal critics offered rare praise for him on Friday, after he moved away from a military strike on Iran.
“I welcome Trump’s decision not to carry out what would have been a disproportionate strike 150 or so deaths would have resulted,” the former Director of the CIA, John Brennan MSNBC said on Friday.
Brennan, who has vehemently said Trump criticised for dealing with the Russia investigation, that the strike had prompted “a very dangerous escalatory spiral” in the region.
Trump said on Friday that he stopped the blow just 10 minutes, because the predicted accident loss, not to say that it is a reaction to the Iran drone of a “proportionate” before the shooting down of an American military.
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The decision came as observers speculated that Trump was reluctant to strike Iran, but faced internal pressure from the National security adviser, John Bolton, as a rule, a hawk in foreign policy.
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On Friday, Brennan trump praised for ignoring Bolton and Minister of foreign Affairs Mike Pompeo interests.
“I’ll give him credit, and I do it rarely, but I give him credit for the almost adults in the room, because the war hawks like John Bolton and Mike Pompeo, the urge in the direction of this confrontation is not in anyone’s interest, especially the United States,” said Brennan.