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BREAKING: Trump Responds To U.S. Military Killing Two Top Iranian Military Leaders Involved In Terrorism

By DailyWire, January 2, 2019:

President Donald Trump responded to U.S. military forces killing two top Iranian military officials on Thursday that were involved in terrorism by tweeting on an image of the American flag on his Twitter account.

U.S. forces killed Qassem Soleimani, leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ (IRGC) Qod’s Force — which is a designated terrorist organization — in an airstrike in Baghdad as he was traveling to Baghdad International Airport.

Also killed in the strike was top Iraqi paramilitary commander Abu Mahdi al-Mohandes, who headed the Iranian-linked Popular Mobilization Forces.

The strike comes after terrorists attacked the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad this week in response to U.S. forces killing dozens of terrorists from Kataeb Hezbollah.

“The general was a figure of intense interest to people both in and out of Iran,” The New York Times reported. “It is not just that he was in charge of Iranian intelligence gathering and covert military operations, and regarded as one of its most cunning and autonomous military figures. He was also believed to be very close to the country’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei — and seen as a potential future leader of Iran.”

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