President Donald Trump faces one of the biggest tests of his presidency after Iran launched ballistic missiles at Iraqi bases housing U.S. troops. It was Iran’s most audacious direct attack on America since the 1979 seizing of the U.S. International safe haven in Tehran.
Trumps recent tweets after Iranian ballistic missile attack :
Live : Trump finally wants peace. Trump says Iran ‘appears to be standing down,’ missile strikes resulted in no casualties
President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that Iran “looks to be standing down,” in the wake of missile strikes on American bases in Iraq that he said resulted in “no casualties.”
“Iran appears to be standing down, which is a good thing for all parties concerned,” he said, in remarks from the White House the morning after the attacks.
“The American people should be extremely grateful and happy,” Trump said. “No Americans were injured in last night’s attack by the Iranian regime.”
He also told: “No American or Iraqi lives were lost.”
Trump said in todays announcement that “we wants future of Iran”. We are warning you we will not becoming you a nuclear power. Some more restriction will apply now on Iran after this action.