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Fox News host Laura Ingraham spoke against a war with Iran on Thursday to say that the conflict with the Middle East makes it likely cost would President Trump the presidency in the year 2020.
“The only obstacles I see to win the Trump in the year 2020, an economic collapse and two that a new American war. The risk of trump to throw in the Bush war-hawks, and a resignation of his own doctor, and the principles of realism in foreign policy,” said Ingraham “The Ingraham angle.”
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The Fox News host cites conservative Pat Buchanan is saying in the last column, that a war with Iran would be with the words ‘Trump’ s war’, because he pulled the US out of the Iran nuclear agreement.
Ingraham said, a “show of force” would be in order, but everything is a “big bet” would be to destroy the presidency.
“If the President and the Pentagon think, a purposeful demonstration of power, the intended deterrence can produce, which is wonderful,” said Ingraham.
“Everything that a large deployment of US troops a harmful influence on his presidency than anything, what Muller did, always would.”
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Ingraham, advise caution.
“Whatever the answer, America is mulling, we must be careful not to do something, to draw us into another long-term conflicts in the region,” said Ingraham. “We need to protect our interests, protect our friend Israel, including our rights, the patrol in the international waters and airspace, but America cannot and should not be sucked into wasting billions and billions of taxpayer dollars in a region of contact, which were in turmoil for decades.”
On Friday, Trump explains why he called off the retaliatory strikes against Iranian targets, said a U.S. general told him that 150 people could be killed and that would not “act in a proportionate” with Iran.