TOLEDO, Ohio (Reuters) – President Donald Trump has killed Iranian general Qassem Soleimani a theme of his re-election campaign on Thursday, drawing cheers from thousands at a rally when he said death saved life and transferred “justice America. ”
At the campaign rally in Toledo, Ohio, Trump spent a long part of his original words defending his order to kill Soleimani and reject criticism from the Democratic Party, who said he had crossed his authority with the The American military’s Drone strikes against Iran’s military Quds forces at Baghdad Airport a week ago.
He accused Soleimani of organizing the violent protests of groups supported by Iran at the American Embassy in Baghdad at the beginning of the month. Trump, who often trumpet his support of the US Army, says that if he did not send the US Army to defend the embassy, the proteers may have broken in and killed Americans or taken them as a con , a repeater of 2011 storming of an American diplomatic facility in Benghazi, Libya, in which the U.S. ambassador was killed.
“Last week the United States once again took bold action and decided to save the Life of America and provide American justice,” he said.
The appearance of Trump in the arena in Toledo was his first campaign demonstration in the 2020 election year, a sign of how important the state to win a second four year term in the office next October A. Trump wins Ohio in 2016 of 8 percent of the points, flipping a state that went for democracy Barack Obama in…