Trump ‘wanted to kill a senior Iranian military official for political gain’ – The Guardian

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Donald Trump in the White House Situation Room in Washington, October 2019.

British newspapers discussed many topics, most notably: what was stated in the memoirs of the former US Secretary of Defense, Mark Esper, about Trump’s efforts to strike a prominent Iranian military figure before the 2020 elections for personal political reasons, in addition to the Russian Victory Day celebration next to the British local elections

The beginning of the Guardian newspaper and an article written by Martin Bingley from New York about the book (memoirs) of the former Secretary of Defense, Mark Esper, in which it was stated that the former US President, Donald Trump, sought to kill a prominent Iranian military figure for personal political reasons without mentioning who this Iranian leader is

Shortly before the 2020 presidential election, the National Security Adviser to Donald Trump, Robert O’Brien, surprised the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Mark Milley, when he said that the president wanted to kill a senior Iranian military officer operating outside the Islamic Republic.

“This was a really bad idea and one that bodes very, very badly,” Mark Esper, Trump’s second secretary of defense, wrote in his new memoir, which is due to be published next week and obtained by the Guardian. He added that General Milley suspected O’Brien saw The blow is only from the perspective of Trump’s political interests.