– US President Donald Trump has blamed the administration of his predecessor Barack Obama for the attack by Iran on US military bases in Iraq – Trump said that the nuclear deal reached between Iran and other world powers, including the US during Obama’s tenure, gave funds for the purchase of the missiles used in the attack – The US president called on the world powers to break away from the deal which he described as defective Hours after Iran fired ballistic missiles at two Iraqi military facilities that housed troops of the United States (US), President Donald Trump has made a series of official remarks about the incident. In his official address on the matter, Trump said that no soldier died in the attack, although the Iranian authorities have claimed that at least 20 US officials were among the casualties, Daily Mail reports.
Added to this, the US president said that he has reasons to blame the administration of his predecessor, Barack Obama, for the attack.
He said that the nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers, US inclusive, afforded Tehran the funds with which it bought the missiles used in the attack
Trump said that the nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers (the US under Obama) inclusive, afforded Tehran the funds with which it bought the missiles used in the attack