REPORT: WSJ makes big claim about Trump’s motivation in Soleimani killing

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BY TEAM DML / JANUARY 11, 2020 /

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President Trump’s decision to kill Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani reportedly had some self-serving underpinnings.

The assassination and subsequent conflict with Iran has pushed Trump’s looming impeachment trial out of the headlines and gathered him strong support from some GOP senators who’ve criticized him in the past. And as Trump associates tell The Wall Street Journal, that was precisely his intention.

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Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have questioned just what intelligence went into the decision to kill Soleimani, and especially why it had to happen when it did. The administration has so far only mentioned some sort of “imminent threat” as justification. But “after the strike,” Trump gave associates another explanation: “He was under pressure to deal with Gen. Soleimani from GOP senators he views as important supporters in his coming impeachment trial in the Senate,” the Journal writes.

The way the strike was handled has drawn scrutiny from Democrats and some Republicans. Critics say the decision was hasty, considering the risk of all-out war,” the Journal reports. “They also question whether the intelligence that prompted the action was as clear-cut and alarming as the White House has said, and see the move as doing little to further U.S. interests in the region.”

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