Trump's First Remark: Iran Appears To Be Standing Down

Trump's First Remark: Iran Appears To Be Standing Down

The US President Donald Trump made his first public remark a while ago, on Iran's attack on the US base yesterday.  

'As long as I am the president of the United States, Iran will not be allowed to have a nuclear weapon' is the warning word with which he started to address the nation.

Trump assures once again that no Americans were harmed in last night's Iranian attack on US troops, as all the US soldiers are safe and only minimal damage was sustained at the military bases.

The US President appeared to have got nothing much to say except reassuring the safe lives of US troops and threatening to impose many more powerful sanctions against Iran if it does not stand down.

Trump also said 'Iran appears to be standing down, which is a good thing for all parties concerned' in his speech. Further reiterating Iran has been the leading sponsor of terrorism in the middle east and threatening the civilized world, Trump tried to justify his ordered air-strike that killed Soleimani, calling him a ruthless and a world's top terrorist.

Holding Soleimani responsible for absolutely worst atrocities like terrorist training, launching terrorist strikes that wounded thousands of US troops, including the recent attacks on US personnel in Iraq and violent attack on the US embassy in Baghdad.

Stressing that Solemani must have been eliminated long ago, Trump said by removing him, Al Baghdadi and 100 percent ISIS, the US has sent a strong message to terrorists.

Claiming the US as the energy independent that no longer needs the middle-east oil as the US emerged as the top producer of natural gas and oil. Also, Trump warned the Iram with statements on how the American military has been completely rebuilt under his administration with 2.5 trillion dollars and how US armed forces became stronger than ever before. 'Our missiles are big, powerful, accurate, lethal and fast. Having this powerful miitary does not mean we have to use it and we don't want to use it', are the words from Trump are a direct warning to stand down.  

Trump threatened to impose additional punishing economic sanctions if Iranian aggression continues. Trump warned Iran to abandon its nuclear ambitions and end its support for terrorism. Also asked the UK, Russia, China, Germany, and France to recognize this reality and Trump concluded that the civilized world will not be tolerating Iran's terror, murder and mayhem any longer.