Trump’s senior advisers convince President of military attack on Iran: report

President TrumpDonald John Trumptaker Carlson assures viewers that his show is’ not going anywhere ‘After the presidential election, Trump senior advisers deny the president a military attack on Iran: Report senators clash on floor wearing masks:’ I did not get your instructionSenior advisers refused to hold a military strike on Iran in the final weeks of his presidency to halt his nuclear program, The New York Times reported Monday.

Four current and former US officials told the Times that the president at the Oval Office meeting on Thursday asked senior advisers if they had options to attack Iran’s main nuclear site.

His request came a day after it was reported by the International Atomic Energy Agency that the country’s uranium reserves under the Iran Nuclear Agreement are 12 times more than what the administration abandoned in 2018. International surveillance also reported that Iran did not allow inspectors to enter any location. There was evidence of previous nuclear activity.

Advisers urging the President against such an attack allegedly included the Vice President. Mike penceMichael (Mike) Richard Pensentrum’s Senior Adviser Rejects President from Military Attack on Iran: Report The Hill’s 12:30 Report – Submitted by Capital One – World’s Second COVID-19 Vaccine with 90 percent Capacity SpaceX Rocket Responds to news, which flies with four astronauts more, Secretary of State Mike pompeoMichael (Mike) Richard Pompeo Trump’s senior advisers disallow president from military attack on Iran: Trump’s national security adviser pledges ‘professional transition’ of power with Biden, more of a Saudi rebel, Christopher Miller, Secretary of Defense and Acting Secretary to General. Get markSenior advisers of Mark Miltrump forbade the president from a military attack on Iran: Reports o ‘Brian says he never wanted Mark’s work’ questions swirled in the Pentagon after a departure wave.Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Advisers cautioned that such a move by the US could increase tensions with Iran and lead to a major confrontation. Administration officials aware of the meeting told the Times that officials left the meeting and the missile attack was not considered.

Officials noted that the president is still investigating ways to push militias into Iran and its allies such as Iraq, the Times reported.

The White House did not provide a comment to The Hill.

Such a move may not sit well with Trump’s base, the Times notes, as the president has often advocated America’s low involvement in the Middle East. But it could also upset relations with Iran in the form of a presidential election Joe BidenJoe BidenTooker Carlson has assured his audience ‘the audience has nowhere to go’ after the presidential election. Trump’s senior advisers disallow the president from a military attack on Iran: Report senators clash on the floor wearing masks: ‘I don’t need his instruction. Starts his term.

Comes after Times report when Trump fired former defense secretary Mark gmailSenior advisers at Mark EsperTrump ousted President from military attack on Iran: Report Overnight Defense: Pentagon prepping for Trump’s order to draw in Afghanistan, Iraq | Question revolves after DOD purse | 10th service member killed by COVID-19 McConnell warns Trump against more troops in Afghanistan And other top officials of the Pentagon last week. Pentagon and national security officials have privately expressed concern that the president will take action against Iran or other opponents in the final weeks of his presidency.

Officials told the newspaper that Pompeo has been monitoring incidents in Iraq for any attacks against US diplomats or soldiers in Iran or its militia. The secretary of state was Made plans To close US Embassy in Baghdad as reported by The washington post In September, but recently expressed a desire to remain closed.

Officials said that if Americans are killed before Inauguration Day, it could change current plans.


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