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Donald Trump Breaks Silence Over Attacks On Saudi Arabia Oil Plants

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Donald Trump speaks to reporters at the White House on December 8, 2018 and announces the departure of John Kelly, his closest adviser
 

The United States President, Donald Trump has accused the Islamic Republic of Iran of possible responsibility of the drone attacks on the refinery plants at Khurais and Abqaiq of Saudi Arabia.

It will be recalled that the US president did not mention Iran but wrote on Twitter handle that he had “reason to believe that we know the culprit” behind the series of attacks on the Abqaiq facility, which is the world’s largest petroleum processing plant.

Speaking further Trump said “we pretty much already know” but that Washington still wanted more proof. “We want to find definitively who did this.”

“With all that being said, we’d certainly like to avoid” war, he said. “I don’t want war with anybody but we’re prepared more than anybody.”

Meanwhile, several people have described Trump as being torn between two political and character traits that are starting to define his foreign policy.

Here are  tweets as follows


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