Iranian president warns against the presence of foreign militaries in the Middle East
Iranian president warns against the presence of foreign militaries in the Middle East Iranian president warns against the presence of foreign militaries in the Middle EastWhat to talk about here so, let’s bring in the president, I suspect a lot of people different for the Democrats hyperventilating. This could go a bit further and take up some attention in the coming weeks. I think we’re going to be looking at this for a while and see if it goes much further and whether or not we get any sort of a transcript from that telephone call. That seems to be key Terry Aid to the Ukraine, to let me switch now to another big story that you’ve been following all week. There was a military parade in a run this morning and the president send more troops to the region to Saudi Arabia, specifically responsible for facility. You got this morning, Buford lots of rhetoric. They have presented no evidence about these attacked and Mike Pompeo fall short of saying that Aaron actually launch the missiles other senior officials will tell us a run at launch the missiles and those troops were sending to Saudi Arabia. Those will be in a defensive position. We are sending are defenses, we are not sending troops on any sort of offense at this point, so many ways in ministration has really dial this fact. The big question is: if Iran keeps firing missiles, if Iran keeps firing drowns, then what do they do? That is the question all over this story this morning. I want to remind everybody to tune into the through this week later this morning, right here on ABC and Martha goes one-on-one. As we said, with the Secretary of State Mike Pompeo of our Cokie Roberts. It’S all coming up on this week later this morning, right here on ABC here, to subscribe to our Channel and don’t forget to download the ABC News at 4. Breaking news alerts thanks for watching The warning comes as the U.S. sends troops to Saudi Arabia in response to recent attacks against an oil refinery.