Iran Will Attack the United States: Here’s What Trump Knows

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Evil is always looking for a way to manifest itself. US President Donald Trump believes so. Attack the United States looks like Iran’s plan. The nation’s first president assures that Iran will perpetrate an attack on the United States, Trump said Monday (14.09.2020) that Iran could be planning an attack on the United States and threatened “a thousand times” stronger aggression toward the Persian country if that happens.

Attack the United States: what Trump knows about Iran’s plans

In two tweets last Monday, Trump appeared to react to information published Saturday by Politico magazine, which cited U.S. intelligence sources and claimed that the Iranian government plans to assassinate U.S. Ambassador in South Africa, Lana Marks.

According to the Politico’s article, the alleged Iranian plan to assassinate Marks would be retaliation for the death of “powerful” Iranian General Qasem Soleimani, which occurred in a US bombardment last January.

Trump defends decision to annihilate Soleimani

Trump again on Monday defended his decision to take down Soleimani by claiming that he was “planning a future attack in which he was going to assassinate American troops“, as well as holding him accountable for “deaths and suffering for many years” as commander of the Revolutionary Guard’s Quds Force.

That U.S. operation triggered tensions between Washington and Tehran earlier this year, and in July, Iran’s Supreme National Security Council secretary Ali Shamjaní warned that the U.S. is still ahead of a tougher vendetta for killing that general.

However, the Iranian government has flatly rejected rumors that it plans to assassinate the U.S. ambassador and has linked them to an attempt by the Donald Trump Administration to allegedly tarnish Iran’s image.

South Africa takes note

The Government of South Africa said on Monday that it takes note of information pointing to an alleged Iranian plot to assassinate the U.S. ambassador, and assured that the matter is “receiving the necessary attention” to ensure its security.

South Africa, which has good ties to the Persian state, confirmed in a statement its “duty to protect to the fullest all officials in service to its country” in the African nation.

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