Trump says he pulled back on Iran strike when told 150 people would likely die
BACK OFF. President Trump reversed the strike against Iran when a general told him 150 people would die in the attack. More sanctions were added last night in response to the destruction of a drone on Wednesday.
EXCLUSIVE: President Donald Trump tells @chucktodd he hadn’t given final approval to Iran strikes, no planes were in the air. pic.twitter.com/0KCuvhI8r2— Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) June 21, 2019
"More sanctions added last night"
Amirali Hajizadeh, commander of #IRGC’s aerospace division:— Maysam Behravesh (@behmash) June 21, 2019
We warned the US RQ-4A Global Hawk drone several times, but unfortunately they didn’t respond. The last warning was issued by #Iran’s Army at 03:55, that is, 10 mins before shootdown at 04:05.pic.twitter.com/04ThQKEzZj
Video released by Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps shows the moment of shooting down an intruding American RQ-4A Global Hawk spy drone on Wednesday.
Listening to congressional leaders
According to NBC than Iran has been uptight about U.S. sanctions after seeing its currency drop by about 60 percent in 12 months, according to European Union figures. Food and drug prices are up 40 and 60 percent respectively.
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