Joe Biden has won the US presidential election figures, but still Donald Trump is not giving up. However, the White House continues to witness a political stir. Now it is reported that in the past, Donald Trump was thinking of attacking Iran, but his ministers and officials had urged him not to attack.
In fact, a few weeks ago Donald Trump asked his top ministers and officials about options to attack Iran, after which US Vice President Mike Pence, Secretary of State Mike Pompey and other senior officials from President Donald Trump asked Iran’s nuclear The program has been urged not to attack him. The New York Times reported this.
The report, published on Monday, said Trump had asked Pence, Pompeo, Defense Minister Christopher Miller and Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Mailey Thursday about action over Iran’s nuclear program over the next few weeks.
The newspaper reported that Trump held the meeting after inspectors of the International Atomic Energy Authority (IAEA) increased Iran’s uranium reserves to 12 times the amount allowed under the Joint Comprehensive Action Plan (JCPOA). The report said senior US officials told Mr. Trump that such an action could escalate into a broader conflict.