1 Trump Requests Tanks for Fourth of July Parade and Celebration
Do your July 4th plans include tanks?
SCOOP: Trump wanted tanks at his 4th of July celebration. He might not get them, but officials are still looking at bringing armored tactical vehicles to the Mall. A look at our producer-in-chief, with @jdawsey1 https://t.co/G4k3qg5ZTO
— Juliet Eilperin (@eilperin) July 1, 2019
Trump is planning a one-of-a-kind Fourth of July — the kind no one can forget. He’s had jet flyovers and extra fireworks in the works for a while, and now he’s requesting tanks to roll up on the National Mall. Trump may not get the tanks he wants, but, either way, Thursday will be an incredible night!
2 BREAKING: Iran Exceeded Enriched Uranium Stockpile Limits
Remember when Iran threatened to ramp up uranium production in response to Trump pulling out of the nuclear agreement?
Iranian state media reported that the country has exceeded a key limitation on how much nuclear fuel it can possess under the 2015 Iran nuclear deal https://t.co/IB1kLP5v2n
— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 1, 2019
Iran has done it, and it could spell disaster for the Middle East. They claim the recently imposed sanctions forced them to ramp up enriched uranium production because of “economics.” Is it our fault Iran focused their economy on warfare and oil? Trump is still open to a peaceful solution, but it’s unclear if Iran truly wants peace.
3 Israel Blamed for Strike on Multiple Syrian Military Bases
Syria is holding Israel accountable for attacks made against their military bases on Monday, July 1, 2019.
The attack came amid escalating tensions in the region between Iran and the United States over sanctions and the downing of an American reconnaissance drone, and just hours before Iran said it had exceeded a key limitation on its nuclear stockpile https://t.co/iOAkkx3hWJ
— New York Times World (@nytimesworld) July 1, 2019
Their claim is that Israeli fighter planes launched missiles against Syrian military targets killing a handful of soldiers and some civilians. Israel was attacking Iranian forces on deployment after repeated requests for them to leave. Syria launched Russian anti-aircraft missiles, and one of them crashed on Cyprus when it flew off course. No one was injured or killed from the wayward missile.
Iran continues to play with fire.
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