In the wake of the death of a top aide to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Abbas Mousavi, an Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson, turned down the Trump administration’s offer of help fighting the coronavirus. “Since the outbreak of the virus in Iran, we have been observing the U.S.-led anti-Iranian propaganda campaign and know about the measures the…
Over one hundred troops have been injured with traumatic brain injuries following Iran strikes that President Trump lied about in several major ways.
In leaked audio of the president speaking to donors, Trump admitted that he authorized the strike on Soleimani because he was saying bad things about America.
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Trump’s State Department cancelled a briefing on Wednesday on embassy security and their as yet unsubstantiated claims regarding their unauthorized strike of former Iranian General Qassem Soleimani.
The fact that Donald Trump ordered Soleimani’s killing seven months ago takes us into criminal territory that also ought to be impeachable. There’s nothing new about Trump breaking the law, or committing crimes when we consider every time he obstructed justice and tried to intimidate witnesses. This, however, is the first time we’re aware of…
Trump’s story about Iran threatening four US embassies has fallen apart as his own defense secretary said that he never saw the evidence.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper said that Iran could have attacked US embassies, which is completely different Trump’s made-up threat against embassies.
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) said that the White House’s changing story on the Iran threat should cause the American people to ask if Trump is making stuff up.
Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) has agreed to co-sponsor Sen. Bernie Sanders’s bill to block Trump from getting any money for an Iran war.
Every decision he makes, whether it’s international or domestic affairs, is driven by his desire to undo the record of Barack Obama.
It’s hard to imagine that this tragedy would have happened if not for Donald Trump’s initial decision to take out Soleimani.
It’s hard to cherry pick a crazy moment from a Trump rally since each are completely terrifying from start to finish, but Thursday in Ohio was a doozy.
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Donald Trump is increasingly unstable and unwell. He has no business unilaterally taking the United States into another war in the Middle East.
Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) said that Trump and his administration are intentionally not telling Congress what’s really going on with Iran.
Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) called the Trump administration’s Iran briefing the worst he has ever had, and Fox News cut away from his remarks.
Trump blamed Obama for Iran’s missile strike on a US base in Iraq by falsely claiming that the missiles were paid for by the Iran nuclear deal.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth tore Donald Trump to shreds on Tuesday night following Iran’s missile attacks on U.S. troops in Iraq.
This is only the beginning of what looks to be a growing crisis in the Middle East for which Donald Trump is singlehandedly responsible.
Speaking in New York City, former Vice President Joe Biden said that Trump has only offered lies and tantrums on Iran.
Nikki Haley said on Fox News that the only people who are mourning Soleimani’s death are Democrats and Democratic presidential candidates.
For all of his tough talk, Donald Trump is among the weakest commanders-in-chief this country has ever seen, and it’s putting lives at risk.
Donald Trump and Donald Trump alone is to blame for the unfolding crisis in the Middle East. There has been nothing smart or strong about his Iran strategy.
Bragging about serious military action in the buffet line at Mar-a-Lago might be funny if it was part of a sitcom plot. But this is now U.S. foreign policy.
Pentagon officials say that nothing had changed with Iran before Trump and the White House launched an attack and then claimed an imminent threat.