Trump Denies Plan To Send 120,000 US Troops To Iran

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Published on May 14, 2019 - Duration: 00:32s

Trump Denies Plan To Send 120,000 US Troops To Iran

President Donald Trump’s administration was accused of possibly sending more troops to the Middle East.

According to Business Insider, Trump denied his administration wanting to deploy 120,000 troops.

Yet, as tensions with Iran grows, Trump said he is prepared to send “a hell of a lot more” if necessary.

While the U.S. has had issues with Iran in the past, the latest threat from them is unclear.

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Trump Denies Plan To Send 120,000 US Troops To Iran

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