in the vicinityVideoRep. Tulsi Gabbard, warns that a war with Iran would make the Iraq war look like a cakewalk’
The destruction and the cost of conflict with Iran would be far greater than anything we experienced so far in Iraq, says the democratic presidential candidate Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard said she is looking forward to a briefing of the next week, the more clarity about the rising tensions between the US and Iran, and warned that a war with the country would dwarf the challenges of the war in Iraq.
The Hawaii Congressman, a 2020 democratic presidential candidate and veteran of the Army National Guard, told “Fox News in the night,” host Shannon Bream that you have seen at first hand, the cost of the war, and that the “destruction and cost” of a war with Iran would be “far greater than anything we have experienced before.”
As a combat veteran and a former member of the house Committee on foreign Affairs and national security, Gabbard argues that she knew only too well the “high human cost of the war.”
“In these wars all over the Middle East and in Iraq, the thousands of my brothers and sisters in uniform their lives and many were injured,” she said.
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“I also know the cost to the American people,” she continued. “The trillions of dollars we spent since 9/11 on a lavish regime-change-wars like those wars that undermine our national security and, as you have intensified, to ISIS and Al-Qaeda.”
President Trump has taken measures in recent weeks in reaction to what he’s decent as a “credible threats” from Iran. On Thursday, commander of Iran’s Quds Force, allegedly, the Iran told us-supported militias in Iraq, “preparing for the proxy-war” against the backdrop of rising tensions with the United States.
Gabbard expressed her concern that it seemed that the United States is “walking is dangerous” on the way to war with Iran, which she said would have devastating consequences.
“It is important that the American people know, is a war with Iran would said the war in Iraq, the game look like a children,” she said.
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President Trump and his government have always claimed that they want to avoid a war with Iran, but Gabbard argued that their actions speak louder than words.
“While Trump and the others are in his government, is not to say that you want to go to war with Iran, I hear you say that now, even more, that you always drove a lot of pushback from our allies, as you told in the UK, when in fact the actions of the administration have a different story,” she said.
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“It pushes us ever closer to the process of a war with Iran.”