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Trump: Iraqi officials do not demand the withdrawal of US forces in private sessions

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Post by rocky Sat 11 Jan 2020, 1:20 am

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[size=18]US President Donald Trump stressed that the Iraqi government must pay money to American taxpayers if it wanted to withdraw US forces from there, while he indicated that the attack targeting Qasim Soleimani prevented another "Benghazi" from occurring.


He said in an interview with the American Fox News that "by killing Soleimani, we foiled a plan that the commander of the Quds Force had intended to implement by targeting American targets abroad."
 
In response to a question about what those targets are, he said, "I can reveal that they were, according to my opinion, four embassies, possibly the embassy in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] . There are other possibilities such as military bases and other things as well," noting that "the embassy in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] was at the forefront of those goals ".





 
He continued, "The scene of the demonstrators who surrounded the embassy and tried to enter it, led me to call the military officials who told them that we do not want a similar operation to storm the American consulate in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] ," explaining, "We would have seen another [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] if we did not prevent this from happening."
 
Trump stressed that "the nuclear agreement signed with [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] during the term of former President Barack Obama allowed Tehran to obtain 150 billion dollars that it used to finance terrorist activities in Yemen and Syria, and accused the Obama administration of having paid cash to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] 1.8 billion dollars."
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On Thursday, the US President told reporters that Soleimani was assassinated because he was targeting the US embassy in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] .
 
The US administration has repeatedly stressed that the strike was a self-defense to prevent what it described as an "imminent threat" against US interests and forces.
 
Earlier on Friday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told reporters, "We had specific information about an imminent threat, including attacks on American embassies."
 
Trump said during the interview that he "did not inform Congress leaders of the process in advance for fear of leaks from them."
 
During the interview, Trump was asked if the Iraqi response to Soleimani's strike might lead to the departure of US forces in Iraq, and he said, "I have no problem with that."
 
On the calls of Iraqi officials to start planning for the withdrawal of the American forces from [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , he said, "This is what the Iraqis say publicly, but they do not say that in private sessions."
 
He added, "We created in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] one of the most expensive airport installations in the world. If we leave, they (the Iraqis) should pay the money for that," noting that "countries like Saudi Arabia and South Korea pay millions of dollars for the deployment of American soldiers there."
 
"I told the kingdom that they have to pay money to deploy more soldiers, and they have already put a billion dollars into a bank account," he said.
 
On the way in which money can be raised from the Iraqis, Trump said, "We have a lot of their money, there is $ 35 billion in an account."
 
President Trump considered that the conditions in the Middle East under his administration became "more tame", as ISIS was eliminated and tens of thousands of its fighters were imprisoned.




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Trump: Iraqi officials do not demand the withdrawal of US forces in private sessions Empty Trump: I have no problem withdrawing from Iraq and the Iraqi leaders do not ask for this in private

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US President Donald Trump said today, Saturday, that the Iraqi government must pay money to US taxpayers if it wants to withdraw US forces from there, while noting that the attack that targeted Qasim Soleimani prevented another "Benghazi". In an interview with American Fox News, Trump revealed to the journalist Laura Ingraham new details of the plan that the commander of the "Jerusalem Corps" had intended to implement by targeting American targets abroad. In response to a question in the "Ingraham Angle" program about what those goals were, he said, "I can reveal It was, I think, four embassies, possibly the embassy in Baghdad. There are other possibilities such as military bases and other things as well. ”He pointed out that“ the embassy in Baghdad was at the forefront of those goals, ”explaining that“ the scene of the demonstrators who surrounded the embassy and tried to enter it, prompted him to call the military officials who told him that we do not want a similar operation to storm The American Consulate in Benghazi. ”Trump said in the interview: “We would have seen another Benghazi if we hadn't prevented this from happening.” Trump said, “The nuclear agreement signed with Iran during the term of former President Barack Obama allowed Tehran to obtain $ 150 billion that it used to finance terrorist activities in Yemen and Syria.” He accused the Obama administration of having paid in cash. Iran had $ 1.8 billion. The US President had told reporters Thursday that “Soleimani was killed because he was targeting the American embassy in Baghdad.” The US administration has repeatedly emphasized that “the strike was a self-defense to prevent what it described as an (imminent threat) against American interests and forces.” Earlier on Friday, the Minister of ... State Department Mike Pompeo told reporters, “We had specific information about an imminent threat, including attacks on American embassies.” In an interview with Fox News, Trump said he had not informed Congress leaders of the operation in advance for fear of leaks from them. He said that the Democratic Representative of Somali origin, Ilhan Omar considered the sanctions against Iran “an economic war,” and said that she “hates Israel and the Jews.” During the interview, the President was asked whether the Iraqi response to Soleimani’s strike might lead to the departure of the American forces in Iraq, and he said: “ I have no problem with that. ”On the recent calls from Iraqi officials to start planning for the withdrawal of US forces from Iraq, he said,“ This is what the Iraqis are saying publicly. But they do not say that in private sessions. ”He added:“ We created in Iraq one of the most expensive airport facilities in the world. If we leave, they (the Iraqis) must pay the money for that, ”he said, noting that countries like Saudi Arabia and South Korea pay millions of dollars for the deployment of American soldiers there. He explained that“ he told the kingdom that they must pay the money in order to deploy more soldiers, and they have already put a billion dollars In a bank account. ”On the way in which money can be raised from the Iraqis, Trump said: “We have a lot of their money. There is $ 35 billion in an account. ”President Trump considered that the conditions in the Middle East under his administration had become“ more tame. ”ISIS had been eliminated and tens of thousands of its fighters were imprisoned. And on NATO, he said he raised $ 130 billion to fund the alliance from Budgets of member states, after only the United States funded it before assuming the presidency. He suggested NATO's intervention in the Middle East: “In the event of the need for international forces, NATO could take over this issue, not the United States.” Trump criticized Indiana Mayor Pete. Potteridge and other Democratic contenders seeking to win the L ... The Democratic Party for the Presidential Election after they blamed him for the crash of the Ukrainian plane due to tension with Iran, and Trump said Pottagejde was "a lousy mayor of a place that is not going well". The president revealed in the interview that he might use his presidential powers to prevent former National Security Adviser John Bolton and other officials from testifying in his trial before the Senate. This comment came in the wake of Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s announcement that she would send next week’s two dismissals to the Senate, where His trial procedures are set to start soon. Trump said to Ingraham that among the officials who might intervene to prevent them from testifying is White House acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and former Energy Secretary Rick Perry. Bolton, however, expressed concerns about allowing an official involved in national security matters to speak publicly: "He cannot be allowed to explain statements about national security regarding Russia, China and North Korea."


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