Donald Trump said five words about Iran that could mean World War 3

Iran may have finally gone too far.

The rogue government in Iran shot down a United States drone over international waters.

And now Donald Trump said five words about Iran that could mean World War 3.

The world awoke on Thursday morning to Iran escalating tensions with the United States.

United States government officials reported that Iran shot down a U.S. drone over international waters.

Iran pushed ever so closer to President Trump’s redline for military action.

But on Twitter and in a press pool with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, President Trump twice said “Iran made a big mistake.”

Breitbart reports:

Trump spoke further about the incident during a White House meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, noting that his response would have been much different if there was a pilot in the downed vehicle.

“Iran made a big mistake. This drone was in international waters, clearly. We have it all documented scientifically not just words,” he said.

Trump said he felt that someone under Iran’s command had made the mistake because they were “stupid.”

“I find it hard to believe that it was intentional if you want to know the truth, I think that it could have been somebody that was loose and stupid that did it,” he said.

However, the President also restated the fact that he campaigned on ending endless wars in the Middle East and was not looking to be dragged into another conflict in the desert.

The world is watching to see how President Trump will handle this crisis.

So far he has stuck to his positions of avoiding another conflict in the Middle East.

Will Iran back down, or will they continue to try and see how far they can push the envelope to try to force the United States to re-enter Barack Obama’s nuclear deal.

We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.