Trump does not need Congress approval to attack Iran: Trump  

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 Trump does not need Congress approval to attack Iran: Trump  

US President Donald Trump has said he does not need US Congress approval for any attack on Iran.

In a recent statement to US President Donald Trump, Twitter responds to critics, including Democrats, saying their statements serve as a congressional notice. If US forces are forced out of Iraq, they will impose sanctions on Iraq. ۔

On the other hand, former head of the revolutionary revolution Mohsin Razai has said that if the US invaded Iran, Israeli cities would turn Haifa and Tel Aviv into ashes.current world news

These media posts will serve as notification to the United States Congress that Iran should strike any U.S. The person or target, the United States will quickly and fully strike back, & probably in a disproportionate manner. Such legal notice is not required, but is given nevertheless!

Iran has also announced its withdrawal from the nuclear deal. The US has expressed concern that Iran could target US troops in Syria or Iraq.

Flames of tension between Iran and the US are intensifying. Trump has also threatened to hit Iran's left targets in the event of an attack.current world news

On the other hand, Mohsen Razai, the former head of the Revolutionary Revolution, said in response to Trump's threat that Trump says the US will invade Iran if he takes revenge.

Another attack took place last night near the US Embassy in the Iraqi capital Baghdad. Near the rocket embassy, ​​a third rocket fell outside the green zone and into a house, injuring 4 people and wounding the area.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in an interview that Iran could try to target US troops in Iraq or northeast Syria. That would be Iran's biggest mistake. The world has now been saved after the death of General Qasim Sulaimani.current world news

On the other hand, the dead body of General Qasim Sulaimani was killed in a US drone strike in Tehran. Thousands marched against the attack on General Qasim Sulaimani and shouted anti-American world ahmed

Protests were held outside the US Embassy in London against the attack on General Qasim Sulaimani. A large number of people attended the protest in Manchester.

Meanwhile, Iran announces its abolition of the nuclear deal, saying that if the international community lifts sanctions on Iran and assures the protection of Iranian interests, the deal may be considered.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke on the phone with the British Prime Minister and the French President. And called for the decision to be withdrawn.

French President Macron approached the US president and assured full expression. He called on Iran to refrain from any military campaigns leading to destabilization of the region.

Resolution passed in Iraqi parliament against foreign troops on Iraqi soil Prime Minister Adil Alhadi directed parliament to withdraw foreign troops.

The US Department of State expressed regret over the decision. Spokeswoman Morgan Ortigas said the impact of the resolution and its legal nature are still awaited.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says General Qasim Sulaimani's actions have led to thousands of deaths. Britain will not regret the death of Iranian General Qasim Sulaimani.

Meanwhile, the Saudi official told a foreign news agency that the US had not consulted with its ally Saudi Arabia in connection with the attack on General Qasim Sulaimani.

The Saudi government has stressed the need for patience in the current situation. Avoid any actions that lead to depression.