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1 hour ago, yota691 said:
January 03, 2020
 
Soleimani was killed by an American strike in Baghdad

Soleimani was killed by an American strike in Baghdad

The commander of the Quds Force in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, Qassem Soleimani, was killed on Friday, along with the deputy head of the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Committee, Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis, in an air strike near Baghdad International Airport.

The strike resulted in the burning of the body of Soleimani and the engineer, and the only evidence that showed Soleimani's identity was the famous ring that he used to wear.

And spread through social media a picture of Soleimani, who had been cut as a result of the strike, showing the ring, along with other pictures of Soleimani showing the ring.

 

The ring of Qassem Soleimani indicates his body

The ring of Qassem Soleimani indicates his body

Soleimani and the engineer were killed by targeting their convoy near Baghdad Airport, and Al-Hurra got a set of pictures and videos of the targeted convoy, where several other people were killed.

Videos and pictures of cars consumed by fire and pieces of human beings were scattered on the ground, in addition to Iranian and Syrian coins, pistols and documents in the possession of the dead.

A security source said that "the initial outcome is eight dead", among them in addition to Soleimani and the engineer, a leader in the popular crowd, Mohamed Reda Al-Jabri, an honorific official in the crowd.

 

 

48 minutes ago, showell83 said:

I saw a new article with a picture posted of his hand with a ring and that he was identified by the ring on his hand.  


Yota Posted It Earlier On Page 2 Of This Thread ! ;) 
 

showing the ring.

 

The ring of Qassem Soleimani indicates his body

 

Unless U Were Talking About The ‘Ring’ From “Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead” ! :o 

 

:D  :D  :D 

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1 minute ago, DinarThug said:

 


Yota Posted It Earlier On Page 2 Of This Thread ! ;) 
 

showing the ring.

 

The ring of Qassem Soleimani indicates his body

 

Unless U Were Talking About The ‘Ring’ From “Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead” ! :o 

 

:D  :D  :D 

That is not the ring I saw  the ring I saw was a round black stone, this looks oblong . It looked similar to a class ring. To me! JMHO!🤠

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2 minutes ago, DinarThug said:

 


Yota Posted It Earlier On Page 2 Of This Thread ! ;) 
 

showing the ring.

 

The ring of Qassem Soleimani indicates his body

 

Unless U Were Talking About The ‘Ring’ From “Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead” ! :o 

 

:D  :D  :D 

 

Thanks, Thug.  I must have missed Yota's post.  

Soleimani's hand is in pretty good condition, considering.

But I still wanna see his face.  LOL LOL

 

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The unthinkable: Soleimani killed in Iraq

This time, unlike all the previous times where he got away, he has met his end.

By SETH J. FRANTZMAN   
JANUARY 3, 2020 05:24
Iranian Revolutionary Guard Commander Qassem Soleimani (left) stands on the frontlines during an offensive operation against Islamic State in the town of Tal Ksaiba, in Iraq, in 2015 (photo credit: STRINGER/ REUTERS)
Iranian Revolutionary Guard Commander Qassem Soleimani (left) stands on the frontlines during an offensive operation against Islamic State in the town of Tal Ksaiba, in Iraq, in 2015
(photo credit: STRINGER/ REUTERS)
 
Hajj Qasem, the “shadow commander,” Israel’s “most dangerous enemy,” has been killed in Iraq alongside his key disciple Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis. An airstrike near or at Baghdad International Airport targeted a motorcade with the men in it just days after their followers stormed the US Embassy compound and scrawled “Soleimani is our leader” on its walls. US President Donald Trump approved the airstrike. The Pentagon confirmed the US killed the Iranian Quds Force leader. The US said Iran was responsible for killing 608 US troops during the Iraq war.
 
The unthinkable has happened. The man behind Iran’s drive for regional hegemony, who commanded the Quds Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, has been targeted. This time, unlike all the previous times where he got away, he has met his end.
 
 
Reports emerged after four in the morning, Iraqi time. A mysterious airstrike near the airport had led to rumors of its closure hours earlier. Two flights were inbound at the time. A Pegasus and Iraq airways flight. Three or four rockets impacted near the airport. US helicopters were reported buzzing in the distance.
 
It appears a cryptic tweet from US Defense Secretary Mark Esper announced the US policy to begin pre-emptive strikes against Iranian adversaries or their proxies. “To Iran and its proxy militias: We will not accept the continued attacks against our personnel and forces in the region. Attacks against us will be met with responses in the time, manner and place of our choosing. We urge the Iranian regime to end malign activities.”
 
It is not known if the US acted alone or who else may be responsible for the airstrike. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had called Middle East leaders in the last days to firm up support and discuss strategy. He called Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, UAE Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman in Saudi Arabia. He also phoned Iraqi leaders and Qatar. He warned Muhandis as well as Qais Khazali, a Shi’ite militia leader the US had sanctioned. He then warned the leaders of the Iranian-backed Popular Mobilization Units, Hadi al-Amiri and Faleh al-Fayed.
 
Muhandis was responsible for the attack on US forces at K-1 on December 27 that resulted in a US contractor death. He has been responsible for attacks on Americans since the 1980s. Qais Khazali has also been responsible for attacks, and was held at Camp Cropper in 2007. But it is Muhandis who was always the head of the powerful Iranian support for a network of militias in the region that helped guide this policy. Muhandis was key to supporting Hezbollah and worked closely with Imad Mughniyeh of Hezbollah in the past. Mughniyeh was killed in 2008.
 
It is difficult to estimate Iran’s response but the regime will want to respond not only to this attack but also the initial US attack on December 29 that killed two dozen members of Kataib Hezbollah. That series of five airstrikes in Iraq and Syria is now overshadowed but it was important because it showed the US would act against Iran’s attacks. Since May of 2019, Iran has been attacking not only the US but also Israel, Saudi Arabia and oil tankers in the region. It downed a US drone and sent proxies inn Iraq to fire rockets at least 12 times at US bases. These rocket attacks targeted key facilities including the Green Zone, Camp Taji, Assad and Balad base and Qayarrah. Iran also fired rockets at Israel in January, September and November of 2019. It attacked Iran’s Abqaiq facility in September with a drone swarm. It also sent Kataib Hezbollah to attack Saudi Arabia in May and to establish bases and arms trafficking networks across Iraq. In Syria Iran built a new base called Imam Ali at the Syrian border with Iraq.
 
In short: Iran’s activities in 2019 were accelerated and represented an increasing threat to Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and Yemen, as well as a threat along 3,000 miles of frontline from the Lebanese border with Israel to the Gulf of Oman and Yemen. Soleimani was a key part of constructing Iran’s threats along this line. Muhandis was, as his name suggests, the engineer who helped to build up Iran’s role in Iraq and also into Syria.
 
These men, Soleimani, Muhandis and their network, were personally austere and frugal. They dressed in almost everyday clothing without chests festooned with a salad of medals. They went among the civilian populace and among their men as one of them. They were often mild in their manners. Videos of Muhandis show him relaxing, laying on the ground for to catch a few seconds nap and speaking softly. These men represented a dangerous threat not because of their boasts but because of their practicalities and decades honing their abilities.
 
Soleimani was born in 1957. Muhandis in 1954. They were in their twenties during the Iranian Islamic Revolution. That made it a formative moment in their lives and the revolution guided their lives from then on. For them the US and Israel were the main enemies. They were the “resistance.” Also, Saudi Arabia and other countries were their enemies. But they focused zeal towards removing Western powers and advancing Iran’s interests and the interests of a wider Iranian-aligned Shi’ite community.
 
In the 1980s, Muhandis and those like him supported terrorism against US diplomatic facilities from Kuwait to Lebanon. This was their field of operations. It took them a while but they built up franchises like Hezbollah in Lebanon and Kataib Hezbollah in Iraq. Only after 2010 could their dreams finally be realized. In the wake of the Arab spring and the chaos unleashed they mobilized men to confront the ISIS threat and filled its vacuum with their own bases and fighters. This is how Kataib Hezbollah of Iraq ended up in Syria with Hezbollah.
 
It was only in the last two years that their dream of a Middle East dominated by Iran was reached. They were arrogant. They had the kind of arrogance they accused the West of. No longer in the shadows those like Soleimani and Muhandis came into the open. They acted like the heads of state. Their militias in Iraq, called the Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) appeared to dominant not only the security forces but also the parliament. They had the second largest party in Iraq and access to 300,000 men they had recruited. Most of these were just young Shi’ites who wanted to fight ISIS. A smaller cadre of men in PMU brigades were what mattered. They stockpiled munitions and since August 2018 moved Iranian ballistic missiles across Iraq to Syria. In Syria they built a network of bases from Imam Ali to T-2, T-4 and others. This network sought to move precision guided munitions to Hezbollah in Lebanon. It also sought to import air defense, the 3rd Khordad system, in April 2018. Israel carried out more than 1,000 airstrikes against Iranian entrenchment in Syria and Israel’s Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi said in December that Israel would act against Iranian entrenchment in Syria and Iraq.
 
For Soleimani and Muhandis, all was well in December even as US rhetoric increased. They did not believe the US would decisively respond, as Pompeo threatened. They had seen national security adviser John Bolton and other Iran hawks go. They judged US President Donald Trump an isolationist. They tried to push the US, via attacks in the Gulf and against Saudi Arabia and then against US forces. The US said 11 attacks targeted bases since October.
 
Finally, after the killing and wounding of Americans on December 27 the US acted.
 
Kataib Hezbollah responded on December 29 with the attack on the US embassy. Working with Badr Organization commander Hadi al-Amiri who plays a role in the PMU and parliament, they opened the gates to the Green Zone and PMU members in fatigues assaulted the embassy. They wrote “Soleimani is my leader” on the guardhouses. It was a symbol. They were saying Soliemani runs Iraq and Baghdad, not the US.
 
Forty-eight hours later Soleimani and Muhandis were targeted in an airstrike near the airport. It is a fitting end to men who believed there would be no response to provocations. It will be a blow to their organizations and network as killing Mughniyeh was a blow. But they still have cadres and loyalists. Qais Khazali, Hassan Nasrallah and Hadi al-Amiri are still in Iraq and Lebanon. Iran’s IRGC has powerful people in charge of it and it has developed new drone and missile technology. The US has sent a powerful message that killing Americans will not be forgotten or tolerated.
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55 minutes ago, yota691 said:

Trump Authorized Strike That Killed Iran’s Soleimani: Pentagon

Iraqi paramilitary commander also dead in attack on Baghdad airport road

By 
Ghassan Adnan and 
Isabel Coles
Updated Jan. 2, 2020 10:31 pm ET
 

President Trump authorized the strike that killed Qassem Soleimani, leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ foreign wing, on Friday local time, the Pentagon said.

In addition to Qassem Soleimani, top Iraqi paramilitary commander Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes was killed when their convoy was struck on the road leading to Baghdad International Airport.

“At...

 
 
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Wow this is great news. The Quds force has killed many friends with arms supply and

roadside IED. I am surprised Trump took credit because it's usually the CIA. Soo the big

statement from their Leader saying "Trump can do nothing" looks kinda stupid now.

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30 minutes ago, Artitech said:

That is not the ring I saw  the ring I saw was a round black stone, this looks oblong . It looked similar to a class ring. To me! JMHO!🤠

Watching Fox they show a picture of the terrorist wearing what looks to be that ring on his right hand! Sorry for the misidentification! DT seems to always be right! JMHO! 🤠

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Thanks Yota Butifldrm and others. :woot::woot: 

Good news comes in three's Malarki yours is coming.

 

1 hour ago, Butifldrm said:

Ya'll I'm thinking this will have struck the Mullah's to the Core!  Soleimani was their protection, he kept them in power.  I would say he was at least the 3rd most powerful man in Iran.  IMO, there are a lot of people scrambling in Iraq and Iran right now, probably thinking they are going to be next.  I wish Maliki would have been in that Convoy, but I still think he must know his corruption is World Known and his days may be numbered.  the Arrest of Amari and Khazali is just a Good start.

 

1 hour ago, boosterbglee said:

Maliki will be looking over his shoulder......potato head!

 

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1 hour ago, Butifldrm said:

Ya'll I'm thinking this will have struck the Mullah's to the Core!  Soleimani was their protection, he kept them in power.  I would say he was at least the 3rd most powerful man in Iran.  IMO, there are a lot of people scrambling in Iraq and Iran right now, probably thinking they are going to be next.  I wish Maliki would have been in that Convoy, but I still think he must know his corruption is World Known and his days may be numbered.  the Arrest of Amari and Khazali is just a Good start.

 

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47 minutes ago, Floridian said:

But I still wanna see his face.  LOL LOL

 

He’s gone, good riddance.  Just another murderer

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1 hour ago, Butifldrm said:

Iran’s Gen. Soleimani killed in airstrike at Baghdad airport

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Clearly He Never Saw This Coming - If Anything He Would’ve Thought He’d Be Getting ‘Bombed’ On New Years Eve ! :o 

 

:D  :D  :D 

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Watching those Iraqis rejoice in the street over this was very moving to me😥 I really didn't expect and t that, you know he was on the way to cause more chaos for the demonstrators.

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4 hours ago, Butifldrm said:

Qasim Soleimani and Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis were killed by strikes near Baghdad airport

January 03, 2020

Soleimani was the official of Iran's arms in the region.

Soleimani was the official of Iran's arms in the region.

 

The official Iraqi channel confirmed the killing of the deputy head of the Popular Mobilization Authority, Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis, and the commander of the Iranian Quds Force, Qassem Soleimani, by the shelling that targeted a convoy near Baghdad International Airport.

The channel said that the two men were killed in the bombing that targeted a convoy in the vicinity of Baghdad airport, after sources had reported that eight people were killed in the strikes, including Iranians, Iraqis and Lebanese.

A page loyal to the crowd on Facebook said that "the unknown bombing ... targeted two cars on the road to Baghdad International Airport," referring to the killing of Muhammad Ridha al-Jabri, which is what he calls "the honorary circle of the popular crowd."

The page, which is called "Clean Brotherhood," added that "Al-Jabri was part of a delegation that welcomed large figures from Iran and Lebanon, and during their exit from the airport, the targeting took place."

As for the Iraqi political researcher, Hashem Al-Hashemi, he wrote on his Twitter page that "sources close to the popular crowd confirm that an American plane targeted the leader of the popular crowd, Mohammed Reda Al-Jabri and two of his companions ..".

He added that the targets are "from the honorary circle of the popular crowd, Muhammad Reza (Al-Jabri), Hassan Resistance, and Muhammad Al-Shaibani, and 3 guests of Iranian nationality."

And quoted by AFP, Iraqi security sources, unnamed, that the fall of the rockets near Baghdad Airport resulted in the "eight dead", but did not reveal their identities.

This comes two days after the Popular Mobilization militia attacked the American embassy in Baghdad following American air strikes on bases belonging to the militia of the Hezbollah Brigades, Iraq, which had targeted an Iraqi army camp that includes American soldiers.

On Thursday, US Defense Secretary Mark Asper said he expected the pro-Iranian factions in Iraq to launch new attacks on US forces, and said "we will make them regret" them.

"We have been witnessing provocations for months," he said, adding that if Washington learned of new attacks in preparation, "we will take precautions to protect American forces and to protect American lives."

The US Chief of Staff, General Mark Millie, for his part, confirmed that the US embassy in Baghdad is well protected.

Members of the Hashd militia, headed by the Hezbollah Brigades, Iraq, stormed the Green Zone on Tuesday, attacking the American embassy in Baghdad.

American strikes targeted bases of the Iraqi pro-Iranian Hezbollah in northern Iraq, killing 25 fighters.

The demonstrators withdrew, on Wednesday, from the vicinity of the American embassy after two days of violence, but the target party threatened revenge.

The American chief of staff said that the attack by the Hezbollah Brigades on the Kirkuk base was aimed at "killing Americans," adding that "firing 31 shells is not a warning shooting, but rather its aim is to cause damage and death."

Esber pointed out that all of this "changed the data (...) and we are ready to do everything necessary to defend our employees, interests and partners in the region."

In response to a question about what the Americans are waiting for from the Iraqi authorities, the American officials said that the Iraqi government must do more to protect the American forces.

General Milli noted that the Iraqis "have the capabilities to do that (...) The question, of course, about political will, and this is not something we decide."

https://www.alhurra.com/a/تأكيد-مقتل-قاسم-سليماني-وأبو-مهدي-المهندس-بضربات-قرب-مطار-بغداد/527676.html

One deep state asset all mucked up....next!

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Iran vows 'harsh retaliation' after US airstrike kills
Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani

 

Iran Quds Force leader Qassem Soleimani reportedly killed in Baghdad airstrike

 

3rd January, 2020   VIDEO ON THE LINK

 


Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Friday warned that a "harsh retaliation is waiting" for the U.S. after an airstrike on an airport in Baghdad killed Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani, the head of Iran's elite Quds Force.

The Iranian state TV carried a statement by Khamenei who also called Soleimani "the international face of resistance." Khamenei declared three days of public mourning for the general's death.

Another Iranian foreign minister warned that the U.S. would bear all the consequences of the “foolish” military attack, claiming his assassination would only escalate tensions in the region given that he was “THE most effective force” fighting terrorism carried out by the Islamic State.

Javad Zarif, the foreign minister of Islamic Republic of Iran, said on Twitter that “The US' act of international terrorism, targeting & assassinating General Soleimani—THE most effective force fighting Daesh (ISIS), Al Nusrah, Al Qaeda et al—is extremely dangerous & a foolish escalation.” “The US bears responsibility for all consequences of its rogue adventurism,” he said.

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Javad Zarif
 

@JZarif

 
 

The US' act of international terrorism, targeting & assassinating General Soleimani—THE most effective force fighting Daesh (ISIS), Al Nusrah, Al Qaeda et al—is extremely dangerous & a foolish escalation.

The US bears responsibility for all consequences of its rogue adventurism.


Zarif references three affiliated Sunni Muslim extremist groups who’ve held territory in Iraq and Syria. The modern Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has ties that date back to the

The Pentagon confirmed that President Trump ordered the early Friday-morning attack that killed Soleimani, the head of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps' elite Quds Force, among other military officials at Baghdad International Airport. The airstrike hit in Iraq.

An adviser to Iran's President Hassan Rouhani also quickly warned Trump of retaliation from Tehran. "Trump through his gamble has dragged the U.S. into the most dangerous situation in the region," Hessameddin Ashena wrote on the social media app Telegram. "Whoever put his foot beyond the red line should be ready to face its consequences."

Soleimani is the military mastermind whom Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had deemed equally as dangerous as Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. In October, Baghdadi killed himself during a U.S. raid on a compound in northwest Syria, seven months after the so-called ISIS "caliphate" crumbled as the terrorist group lost its final swath of Syrian territory in March.

The overnight attack occurred amid tensions with the U.S. after an Iran-backed militia attacked the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, which was targeted Tuesday by angry mobs who were protesting recent U.S. airstrikes. The two-day siege outside of the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad came to an end Wednesday afternoon after dozens of pro-Iran militiamen and their supporters withdrew from the compound.

Soleimani was the long-running leader of the elite intelligence wing called Quds Force – which itself has been a designated terror group since 2007, and is estimated to be 20,000 strong. Considered one of the most powerful men in Iran, he routinely was referred to as its "shadow commander" or "spymaster."

In April 2019, the State Department announced Iran was responsible for killing 608 U.S. troops during the Iraq War. Soleimani was the head of the Iranian and Iranian-backed forces carrying out those operations killing American troops. According to the State Department, 17 percent of all deaths of U.S. personnel in Iraq from 2003 to 2011 were orchestrated by Soleimani. As recently as 2015, a travel ban and United Nations Security Council resolutions had barred Soleimani from leaving Iran.

Friday's Baghdad strike also killed Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, the deputy commander of Iran-backed militias known as the Popular Mobilization Forces, a source told Fox News. In all, at least seven people were killed and at least three rockets were fired, officials told The Associated Press. An official with the Popular Mobilization Forces said its airport protocol officer, Mohammed Reda, also died.

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2 hours ago, genx4me said:

That actually ran thru my mind NEP!!

 

2 hours ago, NEPatriotsFan1 said:

I just think with their banks already closed to the 5th for inventory, just curious timing. We’ll see

Sure has the alignment for the currency to 

Move in the strengthening of iraq ...

This end of month and 1st of 2020 , has been a barn burner ...

 

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An American official responsible for the killing of Soleimani: The price of killing Americans has become very expensive

 

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3rd January, 2020

 

 

Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said Friday that the killing of the Quds Force commander, Qassem Soleimani, was "a blow to the Iranian regime whose blood was stained with the blood of Americans", in his comment on the killing of the Quds Force commander, Qassem Soleimani, by an American missile strike in Baghdad. "The cost of wounding and killing Americans is very expensive," Graham said in a tweet on his Twitter account. He added: "Soleimani is one of the most cruel and ferocious members of the Iranian regime." Graham declared his appreciation for Trump's bold action against Iranian aggression.

Graham sent a message to the Iranian government, saying: "If you want more, you will get it ... If Iran continues to attack America and its allies, they will pay a heavy price." Graham has threatened to destroy oil refineries if it continues to attack America and its allies.

After the American strike that killed the commander of the Quds Force, Qassem Soleimani, at dawn on Friday, and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, deputy chief of the Popular Mobilization, the US president, Donald Trump, tweeted that he was victorious by spreading only his country's flag.

 

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Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis’s death certificate

 

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3rd January, 2020
 
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4 hours ago, NEPatriotsFan1 said:

I just think with their banks already closed to the 5th for inventory, just curious timing. We’ll see

I'm thinking the same thing too.

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Major story. 

 

This man was their biggest thug. 

 

And arguably their biggest back-office player.

 

Translation...Mr. Trump means business and knows PLENTY about Iran's interworking. 

 

I'm stunned, but at the same time WOKE. 

 

They (the US) wants change in the region for whatever reason. 

 

Kudos to our current administration for not being status quo. 

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