The list keeps growing but the evidence that any were threatened is hard to find or prove. One? Four? Any? More questions than answers. It’s impossible to determine because the president claims “four” and his a proven liar. None is probably the real answer.
The Pentagon declined to discuss the highly-classified operation.
“He wasn’t safe before now, but now he’s really not safe.”
Congress has registered unease with Trump’s decision to strike in Iraq without advance notice to lawmakers and then to send the notification, which is required under the War Powers Act, as entirely classified.
Trump’s reference to targeting sites “important to Iran & the Iranian culture” could raise questions about whether striking such targets would violate international agreements.
In the hours after Soleimani’s death, the State Department urged American citizens to “immediately” leave Iraq and defense officials said the Pentagon was sending nearly 3,000 more troops to the region.