Report: Retired General 'Spooked' Trump Out of Attacking IranChris Menahan
Jul. 02, 2019
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Retired four-star Army general and frequent Fox News guest Jack Keane may have "spooked" President Trump out of attacking Iran, according to a report in Politico.
As President Donald Trump wrestled on the evening of June 20 with how to respond to Iran's downing of a U.S. drone, Jack Keane was making his second appearance of the day on the Fox News Channel.Trump talked about his decision during an interview with Tucker Carlson released on Monday:
He said he made the decision not to strike after hearing 150 or more Iranians would die, which he said previously would be a disproportionate attack considering they shot down an old unmanned drone.
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