Trump Sends MAJOR Threat — Says “If Iran Wants to Fight, That Will Be the Official End of Iran!”

President Trump has always been strong in his convictions, maybe more so now than ever before.

On Sunday morning, 45 levied a major threat toward Iran.

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If Iran wants to fight, that will be the official end of Iran. Never threaten the United States again!

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From BBC:

Iran’s foreign minister has said he does not believe a war will break out in the region amid concerns over rising tensions with the US.

Mohammad Javad Zarif told state news agency Irna that Tehran did not want a war, and that no country had the “idea or illusion that it can confront Iran”.

The US has deployed warships and planes to the Gulf in recent days over what it has described as Iranian “threats”.

But US President Donald Trump has said he wants to avoid conflict.

Speaking to Irna at the end of a visit to China on Saturday, Mr Zarif said Mr Trump “does not want war, but the people around him are pushing him towards war under the pretext of making America stronger against Iran”.

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It appears as though Iran was working behind the scenes and planning an attack on American forces.

Bet you didn’t expect to hear that today.

President Trump did exactly what a strong commander-in-chief would do by sending the Ayatollahs a message they aren’t likely to forget in the near future.

From ABC News:

The United States deployed an aircraft carrier strike group and a bomber task force to the Middle East in response to “clear indications” Iran and Iranian proxies were planning an attack on U.S. forces in the region, U.S. officials said.

Late Sunday night, the White House made the surprise announcement that the USS Abraham Lincoln and a bomber task force were being deployed in response to unspecified “troubling and escalatory indications and warnings.”

A statement from national security adviser John Bolton said the deployments were intended “to send a clear and unmistakable message to the Iranian regime that any attack on United States interests or on those of our allies will be met with unrelenting force.”

“The United States is not seeking war with the Iranian regime, but we are fully prepared to respond to any attack, whether by proxy, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, or regular Iranian forces,” the statement continued.

U.S. officials told ABC News the deployments were in response to “clear indications” Iranian and Iranian proxy forces were preparing for a possible attack against U.S. forces on land, including in Iraq and Syria, and at sea. U.S. Central Command requested approval from acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan to move additional assets into the region, which Shanahan approved on Sunday, one official said.

The acting Secretary of Defense weighed in:

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1 of 2: Last night’s announced deployment of the @CVN_72 and a @USAirForce bomber task force to the @CENTCOM area of responsibility, which I approved yesterday, represents a prudent repositioning of assets in response to indications of a credible threat by Iranian regime forces.

2 of 2: We call on the Iranian regime to cease all provocation. We will hold the Iranian regime accountable for any attack on US forces or our interests.