in the vicinityVideoPete Hegseth to bring Iran back to the negotiating table, bombshell testimony in the Navy-SEAL-study
‘Fox & friends weekend’ co-host Pete Hegseth reacts to President Trump recall strikes against Iran and a Navy corpsman to testify that he kill ISIS prisoners instead of Eddie Gallagher.
“Fox & Friends Weekend” co-host Pete Hegseth said on Friday that President Trump does not want war with Iran since he was elected, on a platform, the avoidance of conflicts in the Middle East.
Trump has drone the last-minute decision Thursday night to call off the retaliatory strikes against Iran in response to the Downing of a Navy, which Washington said was international airspace.
Several news agencies, including the New York Times, Washington Post and Associated Press, reported similar accounts, citing unnamed sources. These reports describe a mission that would have targeted Iranian missile defense and radar systems. No shots were fired and no rockets were launched, according to the AP.
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Trump tweeted on Friday that he stopped the process when he learned of a US general, that it injured a risk of 150.
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Responded earlier on “Fox & Friends,” Hegseth said Trump, also “takes the threat of Iran very seriously,” the Obama-era nuclear agreement and to increase the sanctions, to put pressure on the regime.
“At a certain point, you can’t tolerate it, you rush everywhere, especially on our assets. So we have to beat them back, eventually, but, the strike they are driven to get back to the table to our terms and conditions, so you will never have a nuclear weapon,” he said.
Also on Thursday, there was a bombshell development in the war crimes trial against the former Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher, when a Navy medic admitted that he was the one who killed a teenage Islamic state fighters.
Special Operator 1. Class Corey Scott, a witness for the prosecution under an immunity agreement, admitted that he suffocated the prisoners, in spite of say that he saw Gallagher staff of the boy in his neck.
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Despite the unexpected turn of events, Navy prosecutors in the murder charges against Gallagher are not over.
Hegseth said it is “yet another reminder that, if you look at these cases, what you hear in public is not always what happened in the fog of the situation.” He said that the statement can surprise him, based on what he uncovered about the case.