nearvideo of trump points the finger at Iran for the oil tanker attack, Iran strikes back
The President says that the Iranian regime’s oil-Tanker has attacked, because you are in deep, deep trouble’ from sanctions; Kevin cork reports from the White house.
Rep. Adam Schiff. D-Calif., often a harsh critic of President Trump, agrees with him on one thing: Iran was behind the bombing of two oil tankers near the Strait of Hormuz last week.
The Islamic community has denied responsibility for the attack, but Trump and his government were quick to point the finger at you. While the President has been accused, in advance of conclusions reached after the recent attacks, ship and Trump are on the same page this time.
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“There is no question that Iran is behind the attacks,” the ship said on CBS’ “Face the Nation” on Sunday morning. “I think the evidence is very strong and convincing. In fact, I think that was a class ‘A’ failure of Iran, laying a mine on the ship. It did not detonate. She had to go back and retrieve. I can imagine there are some Iranian heads will roll, the botched operation.”
The democratic Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, ended its support of the trump suit. He quickly turned to the lack of support the U.S. received from the international community, the blame on the commander-in-chief.
Ship said that this “shows how the United States became isolated,” and claims that, if the Trump-administration pulled out of the Iran Nuclear agreement, they ignored the advice of other countries, and the American intelligence.
“Our allies have warned the United States, I think that our secret services warned the policy that this type of Iran’s reaction was probably a result of the policy of withdrawal from the Iran Nuclear agreement,” the ship said.
Trump has. the concept of increasing economic pressure on Iran in the form of sanctions Ship said that this tactic is “massively failed, and only increased the risk of conflict.”
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The President’s decision to withdraw from the Iran Nuclear agreement in accordance with the critics of the deal, including the National security adviser to John Bolton and the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who claimed that the agreement goes far enough to ensure that Iran not develop a nuclear weapon in the future.
Despite signs of the Iranian resistance, the Trump management is confident that the sanctions will cripple the already bad Iranian economy to the point of negotiating that Tehran will be ready, new terms. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo said on Fox News Sunday that while the administration hopes to avoid war with Iran, “will continue to take measures to deter Iran from engaging in this type of behavior.”