Trump Issues Final Warning to Iran After Threat to White House

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Everyone wants to know what Iran is going to do now that their top general has been taken out.

Well, Iran answered that question when Iranian MP Abolfazi Abutorabi threatened to take out the White House.

Trump responded by letting Iran know we have 52 targets identified and if they attack, the United States will crush them.

Act of War

Iran has been a thorn in the side of this country for decades.

According to our State Department, Soleimani is the one who approved the missile strike that killed an American contractor.

He is also personally responsible for attacks that have killed hundreds of American service members and injured thousands more.

If you add the Iranians and Iraqis that have been subject to his reign of terror, there are probably tens of thousands of people that have been killed and/or injured by Soleimani.

This was a bad man that needed to be taken out.

Even so, he was revered by Iranian leadership and they have said they consider this to be “an act of war.”

Abutorabi stated, “We can attack the White House itself, we can respond to them on the American soil.

“We have the power, and God willing we will respond in an appropriate time.”

Trump Responds

President Trump did not take the threat lightly, and for very good reason.

Iran is completely unstable right now and has been looking for war.

While liberal stars and Democrats beg Iran for mercy, Trump put leadership on notice.

Trump sent out several tweets making it known that if ANY American is attacked, Iran will pay a very dear price…

Trump has openly stated that he hoped the attack against Soleimani would be the end of this.

He wants peace and is more than willing to come to the table, but now Iran is chatting up a storm and openly touting more violence.

It is highly unlikely this will take very long to play out and our Homeland Security Department has already raised the terror threat level in anticipation that Iran may strike.

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