Donald Trump thought of attacking Iran in the past, ministers officers said – please stop now


In the numbers that have come in the US presidential election, Joe Biden has won, yet Donald Trump is not giving up. However, there is a constant political turmoil in the White House. Now it is reported that Donald Trump has thought of attacking Iran in the past, but his ministers and officials had insisted not to attack.

A few weeks ago, Donald Trump even asked his top ministers and officials about the possibilities of attacking Iran, after which US Vice President Mike Pence, Secretary of State Mike Pompey and other senior officials asked President Donald Trump about the nuclear weapons of Iran. Iran. has been urged not to attack him regarding the program. The New York Times released this report.

The report released Monday said Trump asked Pence, Pompeo, Defense Secretary Christopher Miller and Joint Chiefs Chairman General Mark Malley on Thursday about actions in the coming weeks regarding Iran’s nuclear program.

Trump met after International Atomic Energy Authority (IAEA) inspectors increased Iran’s uranium stockpile to 12 times the amount allowed under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the paper said. According to the report, senior US officials told Trump that such actions could escalate into wider conflict.