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Trump called Qassim Soleimani “number one terrorist”

US authorities eliminated the Iranian general in order to stop the war with Tehran, and not start it, the American leader emphasized.

US President Donald Trump said the killed Iranian general, Qassim Soleimani, is the “number one terrorist in the world” who was planning attacks on the Americans. The American leader said this when speaking to reporters on January 3.

“Last night, on my orders, the US military successfully delivered a flawless, precision-guided strike that killed the world's number one terrorist, Qassim Soleimani. He was preparing imminent and terrible attacks on American diplomats and military personnel,” Trump emphasized.

According to him, Suleyman was “caught red-handed and eliminated.”

The US President noted that Washington is not seeking a regime change in Iran, but considers Tehran’s actions in the region to be aggressive.

“We do not seek a regime change, but the regime’s aggression in the region, including the use of the forces it supports to destabilize their neighbors, must end and end now,” Trump said.

He added that the United States has the most powerful armed forces in the world and the best intelligence.

“If the Americans are at risk anywhere, then we have fully defined all these goals. And I am ready to take any necessary actions. And this is especially true for Iran,” the head of the White House said.

Trump emphasized that US authorities liquidated Soleimani in order to “stop the war” with Iran, and not in order to start it.

Recall, on Friday, January 3, it became known that the United States conducted an operation in Iraq to eliminate the Iranian General Qassim Soleimani. A rocket attack on the convoy, in which the commander followed, was inflicted by the order of Trump.

Iranian authorities accused Washington of international terrorism and promised to avenge the death of Soleimani.

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