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Expert: US Will Hit Back at Iran, But War Not Inevitable

Newsmax Thursday, 18 July 2019
Iran cannot afford to go to war with the United States, but the Trump administration will continue to launch retaliatory strikes, according to Newsmax national security analyst Raymond Tanter.
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News video: DIA Chief: Iran Trying to 'Break the Status Quo' and Divide US and EU

DIA Chief: Iran Trying to 'Break the Status Quo' and Divide US and EU 46:51

Lieutenant General Robert Ashley, the director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, told reporters on Friday, July 19, that Iran was seeking to “break the status quo” by seizing a British tanker, and that it did not want war. “What you see is an attempt to break the status quo, to divide us with...

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