Bernie Sanders during the Democratic debate said that the Americans are "sick and exhausted of endless wars, which have cost us trillions of dollars".
During the debate, Biden and Senator Amy Klobuchar said they would leave USA troops in the Middle East, while other candidates suggested they would withdraw American forces from the region.
"What's the outcome of that?"
The killing of Soleimani was a high risk move that Trump has sought to justify by pointing to intelligence reports that, if they existed at all, were murky.
But she wasn't done yet. To deter Iran's ambitions and its influence over the other countries in the region, is another big reason behind the deployment of the troops, despite various withdrawal calls.
After a USA airstrike killed Tehran's top general in Iraq, Iran responded by firing ballistic missiles at US troops stationed there.
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He served as a Chicago assistant district attorney and, in 1960, became the first black member of the Chicago Superior Court. At Iowa, Slater was a three-time All-Big Ten lineman and was named a first-team All-American in 1921.
Several Iranian media outlets on Sunday joined a chorus of domestic and global criticism for both the shooting down of the airliner on Wednesday morning and the subsequent days of official denials that an Iranian missile was responsible.
Publicly, Trump and his administration have insisted that Soleimani was planning "imminent" attacks that would lead to American deaths.
Two of Trump's most prominent Cabinet officials echoed that message on Monday. The official narrative justifying the killing, which looks increasingly like an after-the-fact save face exercise, is that Soleimani presented an "imminent threat" to the U.S. and was planning on attacking four American embassies.
Soleimani was undoubtedly planning other potentially deadly operations against American interests as he had for decades, the officials said.
"If that is the motivation for the attack, that's absolutely a problem", the congressman said.
"We, the representatives of people in the parliament, declare our firm support for the IRGC as a revolutionary body and its plans and measures in support of the people and the Islamic Republic", a statement from lawmakers published on Monday read, according to Iran's state-run Fars News Agency. The present situations with Iran have led to a war-like situation in the Gulf, sheltering thousands of U.S. troops.
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President Donald Trump addressed thousands at the UWM Panther Arena in Milwaukee Tuesday night. This is the first direct military confrontation after the fall of Shah in 1979 and subsequent actions of US Embassy hostage episode in Tehran. Who are celebrating the death of Soleimani?
Authorities in Iran denied that security forces had opened fire.
He also called it "a mistake to pull out the small number of troops that are there now to deal with [the Islamic State]", vowing to leave U.S. special forces in place to deal with the terrorist group.
Senator Sanders (D-VT) avoided CNN's Wolf Blitzer question by simply saying that "the American people are sick and exhausted of the endless wars that have cost us billions of dollars".
I can reveal that I believe it would have been four embassies.
Still, U.S. officials defend the strike as restoring a check on Iran's aggression. That can not be blamed on Donald Trump or the United States, but it is a reminder that the possibility of war must never taken lightly, and that there are always unexpected deaths and tragedies once war starts.
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We were taking a look at the Middle East yet that is most definitely not going to occur. "We will stay in Europe". Following that game, Wolves have a break from action until they take on Leicester at home on February 14.