President Donald Trump said that Iran or its proxies planned a sneak attack on U.S. targets in Iraq, and warned they would pay a "very heavy price."
The United States sent Iran a blunt message this week: the spread of the coronavirus will not save it from U.S. sanctions.
President Donald Trump has authorized the U.S. military to respond to Wednesday's rocket attack in Iraq that killed two American troops and a British service member, the Pentagon said on Thursday, blaming Iran-backed militia.
President Donald Trump slammed Sen. Chris Murphy, a Connecticut Democrat, for secretly meeting with an Iranian official at an overseas security conference.
Business is booming at Iran's largest flag factory which makes U.S., British and Israeli flags for Iranian protesters to burn.
Iran-backed militias are continuing to wage attacks on American outposts in Iraq, according to senior United States officials.
"If [Esmail] Ghaani follows the same path of killing Americans then he will meet the same fate," U.S. envoy Brian Hook said of Qassem Soleimani's successor.
"This idea that there was an effort to de-emphasize injuries for some sort of amorphous political agenda doesn't hold water," Hoffman said.
GOP Rep Demands Dems Name One Fallen Soldier Whose Death Doesn’t Justify Killing Soleimani: ‘I’ll Sit Here and Wait’
GOP Rep. Brian Mast harshly reminded his fellow lawmakers of the American casualties attributed to Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani.