Wednesday, January 15, 2020

US Vow To Strike Iran, Reveals When

According to the defense secretary Mark Esper, the United States, has vowed to strike Iran and its proxies where legally available and appropriate.

US Vow To Strike Iran, Reveals When

He made this known in an interview on Monday, adding that the U.S. has the constitutional authority to strike Iranian proxies in Iraq and on Iran’s home soil in retaliation for attacks on American forces.

Mark however maintain that, the Authorization for Use of Military Force Resolution gives the U.S. military the right to attack Iranian-backed proxies in Iraq.

Quoting the President's power under Article II of the Constitution, Mark insisted that, the president's power would allow the U.S. to strike Iran in the event that U.S. interests are targeted.

He said;

We hold Iran responsible for its proxies, and we will retain the right to exercise self-defense and take action were legally available and appropriate to hold those proxies accountable for their actions.

He maintain that, the Trump administration killed powerful Iranian General, Qassem Soleimani out of self-defense.

He added;

There was a complete agreement based on what he had done and what he was planning to do, the broader attack that he was orchestrating in the region that would be bigger in scale and would likely result in open hostilities, that this was a compelling target to take out.

The United States is safer today than we were a few weeks ago because we eliminated the world’s foremost terror, Qassem Soleimani, who has the blood of hundreds of American soldiers and Marines on his hands.



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