Presidents Bush and Obama feared retaliation
Obama Refused To Respond To Iran’s Acts
2010, DailyWire -- Obama tried sanctions and diplomacy repeating the failed policies of the past; his foreign policy strategy was inept. Ignoring the fact that an Iranian govt sanctioned bombing was almost conducted down the street from the White; and instead he gave them billions on pallets of cash and a nuclear deal that had very little upside for anyone but the Iranians.
GW Bush Softly Dealt With Iran's Terror with Sanctions & Diplomacy
2006, Senior USA officials blamed regime policies for the isolation and hardships suffered by the Iranian people. President Bush spoke directly to the Iranian people on the Iranian new year, expressing respect for Iranian history, culture and traditions and explicitly expressing American support for their struggles. [BooHoo]
1-3-20, DailyNews -- US officials confirm that the politically powerful Iranian general -the head of Iran’s elite Quds Force - Qassem Soleimani  died at Baghdad’s international airport Thursday, Jan 2, 2020 also Abu Mahdi al Muhandis, head of the Iranian-backed Popular Mobilization Forces was killed. The general was referred to as Tehran’s “shadow commander” during his time as the head of the Quds Force, a branch of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps responsible for conducting special operations outside Iranian territory. The drone strike was directly ordered by President Trump; the Pentagon said: “The strike was aimed at deterring future Iranian attack plans." [Obama and Bush tried sanctions and diplomacy even bribery with the rogue Islamic terror nation to no avail - many believe force is the only thing they understand.]Reportedly the recent attacks on the US Iraq Embassy was ordered by the Iran General Soleimani; he was hit near the Iraq airport’s cargo area as he disembarked his plane to be greeted by Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis. General Suleimani was the architect of nearly every significant terror operation by Iranian intelligence and military forces over the past two decades and his death was a staggering blow for Iran at a time of sweeping geopolitical conflict. More here and here from NY Times
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