Republican Representative Dan Krincha said on Friday that we must lead and support our allies in the face of the Iranian threat, adding: "We should expect a response from the Iranian regime and its proxies as their power decreases."
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He said on his Twitter account: "Good night, Soleimani, the leading sponsor of terrorism in the world, is now dead ... Soleimani has spent decades spreading death and destruction throughout the region. Soleimani has provided engineering to manufacture explosive devices for militias in Iraq that were used to kill Hundreds of Americans. "
"We must lead and support our allies on the front lines of the Iranian threat ... We welcome this swift and decisive act by the president," Krincha added.
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He added: "Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, leader of the Hezbollah Brigades, an Iraqi militia owned by the Iranian Quds Force and responsible for the attacks against the Americans, was also killed, including the recent attack on the American embassy in Baghdad ... but we must expect a response from the Iranian regime and / or His agents, as their power decreases at home and abroad, will continue to cause problems. "
"It is time to unite and act as a country to confront Iranian aggression and defend the principles of freedom, as always ... This should be the first element in actions when Congress resumes next week," Krincha said.
He ended his tweets by saying: "We must be united and objective while we are dealing with the reality of the current situation and we are not looking to blame others in the past ... On the international level, we must lead and support our allies on the front lines of the Iranian threat."