After U.S. forces killed Qassem Soleimani, commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Quds Force through air strikes on January 3, US President Donald Trump wrote that Suleimani had Killing or damaging thousands of Americans and directly or indirectly responsible for the deaths of millions of people believes that “he should have been removed years ago.”
Trump: He is directly or indirectly responsible for the deaths of millions of people
U.S. forces sent drones to launch air strikes on January 3, killing Iranian Revolutionary Guard Quds Force leader Suleimani and others in Iraq. Trump tweeted on social media that “Iran has never won a war but will not lose in negotiations.”
Trump also said that Suleimani had “killed or severely wounded thousands of Americans and intended to murder more people” for a long time, and he was caught by the U.S. military this time, Trang Pu believes that the general “has direct or indirect responsibility for the deaths of millions of people”, including protesters who were killed in demonstrations in Iran recently, but Iran has failed to acknowledge that “Suleimani was Hate and cause public fear “, so” he should have been removed many years ago. “
From the post’s response, many netizens were puzzled by Trump’s remarks that “Iran has never won a war but will not lose in negotiations.” Some netizens pointed out that Trump wants Iran to Negotiate with the United States rather than wage war, because if you choose to negotiate, Iran will win, and if you choose to go to war, Iran will lose.
In addition, some netizens pointed out that Trump had tweeted in October 2012 calling on Republicans not to let the then U.S. President Barack Obama launch a war on Iran because the move was beneficial to Obama’s reelection, and Trump currently faces With a similar situation.
National Iran mourns 3 days for Sulaymani
In the early hours of January 3, Iraqi capital Baghdad International Airport was hit by several rockets. The attack caused two vehicles to be blown up and killed at least eight people. Subsequently, the Iranian side issued a statement confirming the leader of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard “Holy City Army” Suleimani was killed in the attack, the US Department of Defense confirmed that the attack was approved by Trump, and two senior Iraqi militia officials were killed in the attack.
On the same day, Iran announced that the country would mourn for Suleimani for three days and appointed Sulaimani’s deputy Esmail Ghaani as the new commander of the Holy City Army.