Why did president Trump provoked Iran by killing General Qassem Suleimani? Is it to divert Americans attention from the impeachment crisis or the democrat’s primary campaign or both?

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    Ed N
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    okpaks nana

    Iran is a sovereign nation and as such they deserve the respect of America as a world super power. However, the order of president Trump to assassinate the second most powerful man in Iran without reasonable evidence to expose his alleged sins is not only appalling but also negates the United Nations human right declaration. Obviously, this is an act of war and the U.N must not watch like a sleeping Dog.

    Honestly, the order of Donald Trump that led to the killing of General Qasem Suleimani is irrational and diversionary. Especially when his impeachment impasse is taking a new dimension. America is a great Nation. Therefore, Trump’s scheme to buy time on his ongoing impeachment may not work because Americans are very much conscious of his pranks. His believe on the influence of his cohorts to scale through this turbulent time will fail him.

    Apparently, Trump don’t have regard for national and international laws. His regime has promoted favouritism, corruption, breach of rules and impunity. Frankly, truth cannot be hidden forever. The time have come, when Trump will respond to questions on his numerous sins. No doubt, the Senate impeachment trial may not be business as usual. But I’m curious about how his influence will play this time. Let’s see how it goes.

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