Trump explains decision to call off Iran strike

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Trump explains decision to call off Iran strike
Trump explains decision to call off Iran strike
Just moments ago, NBC, releasing a clip from an interview was conducted this morning, President Trump as a guest on this Sunday’s Meet the Press. In that interview he just got his dramatic decision first to order air strikes on a Ron, but then 10 minutes before those strikes would take place to decide to abort the mission they came and they should say we’re ready to go with. Like a decision. I said I want to know something before you go, how many people will be killed and this case Arabians. I said how many people are going to be killed. Sure I’d like to get back to you on that greatpeople these generals. They said they came back Switzer. Approximately 150 and I thought about it, and I said you know what they shut down an unmanned drone plane, whatever you want to call it, and here we are sitting with a hundred fifty and dead people that would have taken place, probably within a half an hour. After I said, go ahead and I didn’t like it, I didn’t think it was. I didn’t think it was proportionate. That’S the first time we see the president that tracks pretty much what he tweeted this morning, but to see him talking about it at his facial expressions. Is language but they’re still part of this that don’t quite add up in the sense that presents, as he asked the generals, how many people are likely to die here in this world? That unit came back to him. Maybe that is the way it worked out, but if it did work out that way, that would be incredibly unusual and mckervey on earlier saying that now he’s been part of these strike briefs, they call them, and it’s the first slide in the PowerPoint presentation is one Of the very first tells you, this is what we’re going to hit the expected casualty of it, so that it’s odd he’s suggesting there that he ordered a strike without knowing what the consequences of that strike. We’Re going to be, which is kind of striking and and probably runs counter to what the military typically does is Admiral highlighted earlier in the program that that that’s the first thing that you tell them – and you were talking about this earlier – that did it could well Be against the president has every right to do. This is uniquely his decision that he was told kind of mulled it over was thinking about things and then circled back to it sort of indicate. I thought he said I thought about it for for a while. How long was a while? I don’t know, but it’s possible – that the president could take that same information that he was told Revisited and say you know what I don’t think this is worth doing. We don’t know – and I hope we get a little bit more on that from from this interview, but if that’s really important that it also will obviously people I mean that should registered that’s actually a fairly large number. I would. I would think, if you’re trying to sort of understand whether or not a unmanned drone attack is is worth that, and so it would be curious as well, even if the president decided at a later date. You know what actually that’s too many people for me. It would be interesting to know if he at the first time he heard it didn’t think that that number was particularly high and was willing to go forward with the attack. Yesterday, Once some of the Curious pieces, here’s the president sitting in the Oval Office yesterday said he thought this was essentially a loose cannon. He said somebody loosened stupid, does he have Intel? Does he discuss it will find out from Seymour the interview? Does he really believe this was somebody in the Revolutionary guard not over their skis, if you will be on their Authority and did this in the presence doesn’t want to ask ladies trying to dial back the other issue here? Is that spots? You cannot let around flow of tankers and shoot a drone from the sky without some slapback. Certainly he has long been very concerned about new military invention going to it, starting you Wars. I think what you’re seeing here is coming back to that believe. Sometimes changes might be somewhat inconsistent if he’s not an ideological Republican by any means. He is consistent on certain issues. Us footprint in the Middle East, especially trade issues. Immigration, is
In an interview on MSNBC’s “Meet the Press,” President Donald Trump said he decided a strike that would kill 150 people, because it was “not proportionate” to Iran striking down an unmanned drone. #CNN #News

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