Mike Pompeo’s Credibility Deficit Makes PR Effort Around Soleimani Assassination Hopeless

Mike Pompeo’s Credibility Deficit Makes PR Effort Around Soleimani Assassination Hopeless

"Qassem Soleimani is causing trouble throughout Iraq and Syria and we need to raise the cost for him — for his organization and for him personally", Mike Pompeo told The National, in an exclusive 2018 interview, around the time the Saudis temporarily suspended oil shipments through the Bab el-Mandeb Strait, following attacks by the Iran-backed Houthis. Naturally, the Trump administration dispatched Pompeo on Friday to explain to the public what just happened. Most Americans woke up not knowin
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5 thoughts on “Mike Pompeo’s Credibility Deficit Makes PR Effort Around Soleimani Assassination Hopeless

  1. How can it be legal to assassinate a member of a government we are not at war with at an airport in the capital city of a sovereign country? There will be a successor to Soleimani that will have no restrictions on his actions. Any chance of a nuclear agreement with Iran is gone. This action was not strategic but transactional like everything else trump does.

  2. Chaos diplomacy, troops are out, troops are in, the world is safer, get all nonessential personnel out of Iraq now. What a group of strategic thinkers we have in Trump and his ass kissers.

  3. So if no one thinks this was a good idea, who would this action benefit?
    I’m placing my money on find-peace-in-the-middle-east evil prince Jared Kushner who just made Netanyahu and MBS pretty happy. Do you think Kushner cares about American lives?

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