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Rep. Mark Green: If the answers to US, on Iran, “We will provide incentives for future attacks’

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The United States must have a “response” to Iran’s Downing of an American drone over the Strait of Hormuz, according to a Republican member of the House Homeland Security Committee.

The absence of a response to Iranian aggression would be incentives for future attacks, U.S. Rep. Mark Green, R-Tenn., Shannon Bream said on Thursday on “Fox News @Night.”

“I think we need a clear answer here,” said Green. “I think that the world needs to see, to be honest, smoke and fire. I think Kim Jong needs the Un to see smoke and fire. It was an attack on the US military, and if we do not respond, we will be incentives for future attacks.”

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“There was an attack on the US military, and if we do not respond, we will be incentives for future attacks.”

— U.S. REP Mark Green, R-Tenn., A member of the House Homeland Security Committee

“I think it’s time to act,” he added.

Green added that President Trump responsibility, has acted deliberately and conservatively to the attack on the unmanned drone.

“We give President Trump a loan,” said Green. “He had a very measured response here. He even gave them a with this ” it was possibly a trigger-happy guy.’.”

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Top government officials and lawmakers met at the White house late Thursday for a classified briefing on the incident. They suggested a “measured” the U.S. reaction is likely to come soon.

Amid growing tensions between the US and Iran, the White house invited earlier Thursday, house and Senate leaders-as well as members of the house of representatives and of the Senate’s Intelligence and armed forces committees — meet with the President of Trump in the Situation Room of the White house.

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The other, which arrived, has been saying for the meeting, CIA Director Gina reel, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford, Secretary of state Mike Pompeo, the incumbent of the Minister of defence, Patrick Shanahan and the army-Secretary Mark Esper, the Trump, he would appoint the successor of retiring Shanahan.

Shanahan was spotted, the bear in front of the White house, a folder with the stamp “SECRET/NOFORN,” an intelligence classification category of the prohibition of the dissemination to persons outside the government.

Fox News Gregg Re contributed to this report.

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