Opposition leader, Benjamin Netanyahu Click on the former President of the United States, Doland Trump Attack in Iran after losing the US presidential election, The New Yorker reported today (Friday). It has also been reported that the chairman of the United States Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Mark Miley, has in recent months been involved in preventing Trapp from starting a war with Iran.

“There were two scenarios,” Miley told his associates in the post-election period, “one was that Trump would try to ‘use the military on the streets of the United States to prevent the transfer of power legitimately and calmly.’ And the other was an external crisis with Iran.”

It was later reported that before the election, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff formulated a plan on how to deal with the perilous period, he said, ahead of the inauguration of Joe Biden as president. Ensure that military forces are not used against the American people in order to keep Trump in power, maintain the integrity of the military and maintain his security and life.

In a statement issued last Thursday, former President Trump denied that he acted to carry out a coup and said that “I have never threatened, or talked, about anyone, about a coup of our government. If I had made a coup, one of the last people I would want to do it with is General Mark Millie”.

Trump, Miley (Photo: REUTERS / Jim Young / File Photo)

It was further reported that Miley’s fears were heightened after one of Trump’s advisers raised during a joint sitting the possibility of taking significant steps to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons if Trump loses the election. At another meeting, in which the former president was not present, a number of his foreign policy advisers raised the idea of ​​military action. Miley further said that when asked why they intend to attack Iran, the vice president Mike Pence He replied: “Because they are wicked.”

It was later reported that in the two months following the election, Trump was willing to do anything to stay in power and as a result the issue of the military struggle against Iran was raised again at various White House meetings. Also, the former president’s senior military adviser also expressed concern about the fact that Trump may promote a large-scale unjustified military conflict, he said.

In the end, it was reported that Trump gave up the military option in early January, after convening his advisers in the Oval Office following reports received from the International Atomic Energy Agency on nuclear activities in Iran. During the meeting, the former United States Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo And the National Security Adviser, Robert O’Brien, Trump was told that nothing military could be done at this time. Their position was that “it was too late to beat them.”

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