Does the US President repeats US’ mistakes of Iraq War with Iran

Pete Buttigieg has contested against the US President and his government for possibly leading the USA into another lengthy warfare from the Middle East, asserting the strategy he sees coming out of the West Wing mirrors the strategy that brought the US to Iraq along with Afghanistan wars.

The warning comes as the White House has allegedly contemplated sending some 10,000 troops to get an expected battle with Iran, that Mr. Buttigieg stated on Wednesday night at New York has been “frightening” since “the White House and this government hasn’t hesitated to use troops as props.”

Only the morning after, Mr. Buttigieg replicated the warning, noting the national security advisor John Bolton had been working out the White House if the United States went to war in Iraq on the false assumption of procuring weapons of mass destruction.

“It’s mysterious to me that John Bolton, one of the architects of the Iraq war, likely the best American policy tragedy of my life, is permitted anywhere close to the Situation Room, notably by a president that says, falsely naturally, he had been against the Iraq War all together,” Mr. Buttigieg, also a Navy veteran who deployed into Afghanistan in 2014, stated Thursday at Washington. “It’s incredible.”

He continued: “And also to observe the very exact individuals taking a number of exactly the very exact measures, I suggest they seem to be prosecuting a scenario, like we had not seen this picture before, maybe and terrifyingly for national political purposes it gets me to consider my time in support and need to think that everyone in the chain of command over me understood exactly what they were doing at least never arrived with a conclusion lightly.”

Mr. Trump has promised he would attempt to exhaust any battle with Iran through the diplomatic way, even as reports of the elevated troop existence have been released.

But as these claims have been made by him, his government has tried to induce Iran together using cubes on the nation’s capacity using a classification of those Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps as a team, also to sell oil.

Even the US has deployed bombers and boats in anticipation of a battle into the Persian Gulf.

 

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