It was an impressive show of force surrounded by his top military generals that President Trump delivered his Address To The Nation from the Grand Foyer of The White House after Iran launched 15 ballistic missile strikes against U.S. military bases in Iraq on Tuesday evening.  The action was justified as a response justifying it as a response to the drone attack that took out Gen. Qassem last week.’

Suggesting that the Islamic Republic “appears to be standing down, President Trump then made it clear in no uncertain terms that as long as  he was is “the President of The United States, Iran will never be allowed to have nuclear weapon.”  He also used the same speech to castigate the last administration of Barack Obama for its disastrous Iran nuclear deal that led to the current status with Iran.  

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The short and brief speech which lasted close to 10 minutes ended with a threat of more sanctions while offering an olive branch because the U.S. does not seek war with Tehran.

“The United States is ready to embrace peace with all who seek it,” said Trump.

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