President Trump said he was thankful and grateful, as we all should be that no American lives were harmed or lost in Iran’s missile attacks on two Iraqi bases where U.S. Military personnel are being housed while serving in Iraq.

Flanked by military leaders and White House officials including Vice President Mike Pence the President said his administration would impose new economic sanctions on Iran and will remain until the regime changes it’s behavior.

Trump withdrew the U.S. from the Obama-era nuclear accord and reimposed sanctions on Iran, breaking with European allies.  He urged those same allies today to abandon the Iran deal and seek out a new pact.

Trump said our great American forces are prepared for anything and that we have the most powerful forces in the world but are hopeful we don’t have to use them.  He also said Iran appears to be standing down, which is a good thing for all parties concerned and very good thing for the world.

President Trump appeared very stern and serious when he said Iran would never be allowed to have a nuclear weapon,  but also said “the U.S. is ready to embrace peace with all who seek it,” in his closing remarks from the Grand Foyer of the White House.

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