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  Trump is first president to say enough to Iran: US general

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PostSubject: Trump is first president to say enough to Iran: US general    Mon Jul 24, 2017 3:14 pm

US Retired General Jack Keane



US President Donald Trump's administration is turning a new page in its relations with Iran, said Jack Keane, a US retired general and former vice chief of staff of the US Army.

Interviewed by Fox News, US Retired General Jack Keane, who is a retired four-star general and former vice chief of staff of the US Army and chairman of the Institute of the Study of War, said "Over 36 years since the outbreak of Iranian Islamic revolution in 1980, US has been dealing with a regime who desires to dominate and control the Middle East and they use their proxies to do that."

He said: "Iran made a decision in 1980 that they reinforce every single year that they need to drive the US out of the region even if they killed the Americans. "

Keane accused Iran of being involved in attacking the American embassies in Lebanon, Kuwait as well as the American barracks and annexes in Lebanon. They also targeted the Americans during the Iraq war with the specific advanced IED that were exclusively designed to kill the Americans, he added. They did that for four years, he said.

He went on to say that the Iranians are clearly seeking to geopolitically dominate the Middle East at the expense of the United States. "The tragedy is that  no republican or democratic president has ever contested the geopolitical objective despite the killing of Americans in trying to achieve that objective." added keane.

"Trump is the first president who has turned the page and said enough is enough and we are not going to tolerate Iran trampling the US and its allies interests in the Middle East any longer." Keane added, noting that Trump has sent a loud message to Iran about sanctions and more sanctions to follow if Iran did not change its behaviour.

Former US President Barack Obama has created an illusion that there is a possible rapproachment with the Iranians, he explained, asserting that this has not happened.

"We have to confront them to change their behaviour," he added, asserting that the US is really determined to defeat ISIS in the Middle East and and confront Iranian expansions in the Middle East region which has clearly appeared in Syria, Yemen and Iraq. The US is going to rebuild its strategic relations with its allies in the region and come again in their back in front of Iranian plans.


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