We will attack 52 Iranian sites - US president Donald Trump threatens

We will attack 52 Iranian sites - US president Donald Trump threatens

- US President, Donald Trump, has revealed what the country would do if its citizens or assets are attacked by Iran

- Trump, who boasted about US' military power and armoury, said Iranian sites have already been targeted for a retaliatory attack

- Trump said the US would not take any more of Iran's threat and the country would hit back as many times as it was attacked

The President of the United States, Donald Trump, has threatened to attack no fewer than 52 Iranian targets to bring down the middle east country if it dares to carry out threats of attacks on America.

President Trump, in series of tweets, said the US will not take any threats from Iran and the world power would hit "very fast and very hard" at the Iranians.

Justifying the killing of an Iranian general in airstrikes that he ordered, Trump said, late Soleimani had planned to kill several Americans, killed hundreds of Iranian protesters and had organized the attack on US embassy in Iraq.

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"Iran is talking very boldly about targeting certain USA assets as revenge for our ridding the world of their terrorist leader who had just killed an American, & badly wounded many others, not to mention all of the people he had killed over his lifetime, including recently...

Trump continued his tweeting on Sunday, January 5 morning, advising Iran to avoid attacking the US because the country would always retaliate.

President Trump boasted of US's military power, saying the country had what it takes to bring the middle east country if it became aggressive.

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Legit.ng notes that Trump's tweets came just as Al-Shabaab militants attacked a US base in Kenya.

The camp, codename Simba, which was jointly operated by the military forces of the United States of America and Kenya was attacked by the terrorists in the East African country in the early hours of Sunday, January 5.

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The news was posted by a United States security warning system on the social media platform, Twitter.

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