in the vicinityVideoSen. Rick Scott calls for Iran to “come to his senses” and not, you pick a fight with US
The USA have the most lethal army in the world, warns Florida-Senator Rick Scott, the Republican member of the Senate Armed Forces Committee.
President Trump is correct to stay in Iran, because the government is Rouhani a contribution to tensions in the Middle East and their support for the Maduro regime in Venezuela, Rick Scott.
Scott, R-Fla., from the comments, the backing of the President in an appearance on “outnumbered Overtime” on Thursday, before he was in Tehran to “come to his senses.”
Scott, who reminds the host told Harris Faulkner of his naval service, that only a few want to “throw people in a conflict we have not.”
“I know we have the deadliest military in the world. American asset is not better than any other army in the world,” he said, warning Iran “[to choose] a fight with the Americans.”
“The Iraninans have come to your senses,” he said. “A part of the civilized world.”
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Scott then continued: “I’m glad the President wants to pull his first option [as] the war, none of us do. But to defend, we have the Americans. We have to defend American allies, and we take these things very seriously.”
“The President is up to in Iran. Obama and the Democrats have the ruthless business with Iran. [President Trump] did the right thing by walking away from,” he said.
Scott added that Iran seems to be” trying for another “Syria” in South America” by the support of the regime of Nicolas Maduro.
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Iran and Venezuela – Maduro-seem to be regime, the strengthening of their bond, as reported by Fox News in January.
“Training between Iran and Venezuela has increased in the past few years, as part of a larger plan between the Venezuelan regime, the increase in the number of Hezbollah operatives and their supporters in Latin America,” Johan Obdola, President of the Canada-based global organization for intelligence (IOSI) and the former counter-narcotics chief in Venezuela, told Fox News.
Fox News’ Hollie McKay contributed to this report.