President Trump has, from the very onset of his political career, understood that the nation of Iran was being led into the international scene by a team of troublemakers.
The now-defunct nuclear deal agreed to between the Obama administration and the Iranian regime was a disaster, at least according to Trump and others who took a discerning look at the negotiations. As such, it became one of No. 45’s top priorities to negate the lopsided agreement – a move that irked the Iranians to no end.
Soon, a number of violent incidents commenced, culminating in the assassination of Iranian terror General Qasem Soleimani and the unintentional downing of a Ukrainian passenger plane during a ballistic missile blitz by the Persian nation’s military.
Still not satisfied with their standing in the world, Iran is again lashing out against the United States, this time putting a price on the head of President Donald J. Trump.
Ahmad Hamzeh made the declaration Tuesday during a speech to parliament in Tehran, although it’s unclear whether it has any backing from Iran’s top leaders, Reuters reported, citing the ISNA news agency.
“On behalf of the people of Kerman province, we will pay a $3 million reward in cash to whoever kills Trump,” Hamzeh was quoted as saying.
This is likely nothing more than posturing by the angry Iranian leadership, and it certainly isn’t the first time that this sort of bounty has been proposed.
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