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Donald Trump marks Iranian “monster” general and defends killing “son of a girl” – World News

Donald Trump branded Iranian general Qassem Soleimani as “the number one terrorist in the world” and defended his decision to kill him.

The President of the United States also detonated Democrats as weak for national security in a demonstration of supporters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin today.

“Democrats are outraged that we killed this terrorist monster, even though this monster was behind hundreds and hundreds of dead,” Trump told a crowd of thousands.

Dozens of people don’t have legs and arms right now “because of this son of b ***,” he added.

Trump, 73, ordered the missile attack that killed the main general earlier this month.

Qassem Soleimani was killed in the missile strike earlier this month

The missile attack on Baghdad airport occurred after Trump blamed Iran for attacks on the American embassy in the Iraqi capital.

However, the decision was met with intense criticism from Democrats who wondered if it really prevented an impending attack, as some Trump administration officials said.

The assassination of Soleimani received a furious response from Iran, which promised to “take revenge hard” on the United States.

They also carried out a series of ballistic missile attacks on US military bases in Iraq, although there were no casualties.

And a passenger plane taking off from the Iranian capital Tehran was mistakenly shot down by the country’s military, killing all 176 people on board.

Iran arrested an unknown number of people involved in the shooting of the Ukraine International Airlines flight yesterday.

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