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Iran's President Rouhani Accused Of Threatening Trump With Assassination

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani is being accused of threatening President Trump with assassination in a speech he gave this past week ahead of the one-year anniversary of the killing of popular Iranian General Qassem Soleimani on Jan. 3rd, 2020 in Baghdad.

It all appears to be based on a mistranslation from the Farsi of Rouhani's words while he addressed a cabinet session on Wednesday. In a widely shared article The Washington Times quoted the Iranian president as saying, "Trump will soon be dead." The report claimed that this was a clear death threat, also given Rouhani made a comparison to the Saddam Hussein's demise.

But Iran's leaders are now slamming this as but more "anti-Iran bigotry" designed to escalate tensions as a pretext for preemptive military action against the Islamic Republic. Tehran has called The Washington Times report a deliberate mistranslation based in "fake news".

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am very worried that "someone" will take a shot at Trump during his rally Wednesday with Iran set up to take the blame.

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