Trump declares “World War 3” and Holds Biden Accountable for US army Deaths in Jordan

US President Joe Biden delivers remarks at the St. John Baptist Church in Columbia, South Carolina, on January 28, 2024. US President Joe Biden vowed on Sunday to strike back after a drone attack he blamed on Iran-backed militant groups killed three US troops in Jordan. (Photo by Kent Nishimura / AFP) (Photo by KENT NISHIMURA/AFP via Getty Images)

Donald Trump has seized upon the deaths of three American soldiers in a drone attack on their base in Jordan to criticize Joe Biden’s presidency.

He has expressed concern that the assault by Iran-backed militia could potentially escalate tensions and increase the risk of a global conflict.

Over the weekend, there was a tragic incident at the Tower 22 facility near Jordan’s border with Syria. Three service members lost their lives, and an additional 25 were injured. This unfortunate event has added to the already tense situation in the Middle East.

President Biden addressed the attack, vowing to take action and expressing the weight on America’s heart.

These service members exemplified the highest qualities of our country: displaying unwavering bravery. Fearless in their commitment.

“Unyielding in their dedication to our nation – putting their own well-being on the line for the security of their fellow Americans, as well as our allies and partners in the ongoing battle against terrorism.”

However, when reaching out to Truth Social on Sunday evening, the Republican presidential candidate promptly seized the opportunity to exploit the tragedy, asserting that Mr. Biden was responsible for the attack.

Three years ago, Iran was in a vulnerable state, facing financial difficulties, and under strict control. Thanks to my strong policy, the Iranian Regime struggled to gather enough funds for their terrorist proxies,” he said.

After Joe Biden took office, he provided Iran with a significant amount of funds, which the Regime has utilized to fuel violence and devastation across the Middle East.

“This attack would NEVER have happened if I was President, not even a chance. Just like the Iranian-backed Hamas attack on Israel would never have happened, the War in Ukraine would never have happened, and we would right now have Peace throughout the World. Instead, we are on the brink of World War 3.”

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Despite his pursuit of the Republican presidential nomination, Mr. Trump finds himself entangled in a web of legal troubles, facing four indictments and a staggering 91 felony charges. This could potentially lead to a rematch of the 2020 election against Mr. Biden.

Last Friday, a verdict was reached in a case involving a retired magazine columnist, E Jean Carroll. The defendant was ordered to pay $83.3m in damages after being found liable for sexually assaulting her in a department store dressing room in the mid-1990s and subsequently defaming her through his denials.

On the other hand, President Biden has been diligently guiding the American economy towards pre-pandemic prosperity and presenting his case for re-election, despite his advanced age.

During his campaign in Columbia, South Carolina, the current officeholder took the opportunity to remind his audience of previous remarks made by Mr. Trump that showed a lack of respect for American soldiers who had made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.

The president mentioned that during his time as commander-in-chief, Donald Trump declined to visit a US cemetery outside of Paris to pay respects to fallen American soldiers. This refers to an incident in November 2018 when a planned visit to the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery in France was cancelled due to rain.

“He called those individuals suckers and losers.” That statement is completely unacceptable! I praised them as patriots and heroes. The only person I see at a disadvantage is Donald Trump.

During his tenure, Mr. Trump sparked controversy by making derogatory remarks about Republican senator and former presidential candidate John McCain. He dismissed the notion that McCain was a hero for enduring six years of brutal imprisonment in Hanoi during the Vietnam War.

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“He’s not someone who is celebrated for his bravery in battle.” He gained recognition for his bravery during his time in the military. I admire individuals who were not taken captive,” Mr. Trump boldly stated in July 2015.

The 45th president did not personally participate in that conflict, as he was granted multiple draft exemptions due to a medical condition called bone spurs.

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