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Most Americans Think Trump's Iran Efforts Are To Limit Impeachment Headlines

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Most Americans Think Trump's Iran Efforts Are To Limit Impeachment Headlines

Most Americans Think Trump's Iran Efforts Are To Limit Impeachment Headlines

More Americans than not believe that Trump authorizing a strike on an Iranian commander... ...was partly driven by his upcoming Senate impeachment trial, according to a new poll.

The administration has offered only thinly-sourced and contradictory explanations as to why.

The reasoning behind why they decided to kill Soleimani at that particular moment is unknown.


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