Iran fired over a dozen missiles at two air force bases housing Americans in Iraq.
Some in Washington, D.C. thought this was the beginning of World War III.
But Donald Trump said three words about Iran’s missile attacks that no one saw coming.
Iran vowed revenge after President Trump ordered a drone strike that took out Iranian terrorist commander Qasem Soleimani.
Soleimani was the architect of Iran’s terrorist proxy network that killed over 600 American soldiers.
Iran responded by firing off 15 ballistic missiles at two air bases in Iraq that house American soldiers.
But this appeared to be more of a face-saving effort than anything.
The missiles hit empty areas of the base and there were no U.S. casualties.
Donald Trump responded on Twitter by noting that “all is well” and that he would have more to say on the matter.
“All is well!” Trump wrote, noting that the United States was still assessing casualties and damages at the two military bases attacked in Iraq. “So far, so good!”
The Pentagon confirmed Tuesday evening that Iran launched more than a dozen missiles against the United States military in Iraq but did not report any American casualties.
Trump again reminded the world that the United States had the most powerful military in the world.
“We have the most powerful and well-equipped military anywhere in the world, by far!” he wrote…
…I will be making a statement tomorrow morning,” he wrote.
This exchange represented a tremendous victory for President Trump.
The President took out Iran’s top military commanders and Iran offered up a toothless response that made it clear they have no interest in escalating a conflict with the United States.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.