Iranian general General Amirali Hajjizadeh has warned that his country is still seeking to kill President Trump and former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

General Amirali Hajjizadeh in an Iranian tv appearance stated  “We hope we can kill Trump, Pompeo, (former US general Kenneth) McKenzie, and the military commanders who gave the order” to kill Soleimani.”

This isn’t the first time, a leader from Iran has vowed to assassinate Trump.

The Iranian regime previously released a CGI video of a drone attacking Trump while he was golfing.

Here’s what Arab News reported:


An Iranian general warned his country is still seeking to kill former US president Donald Trump and his secretary of state Mike Pompeo in revenge for assassinating top commander Qasem Soleimani.

Tehran has repeatedly vowed to avenge the killing of Soleimani, the head of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ foreign operations, in a US drone strike on Baghdad airport in January 2020.

“We hope we can kill Trump, Pompeo, (former US general Kenneth) McKenzie and the military commanders who gave the order” to kill Soleimani, General Amirali Hajjizadeh, the Guards’ aerospace unit commander, said on television late Friday.

Trump had ordered the strike in response to a number of attacks on US interests in Iraq that his administration blamed on Iran.

Days later, Iran retaliated by firing missiles at a US air base in Iraq that housed US troops. None were killed, but Washington said dozens suffered traumatic brain damage.

Previously Iran release CGI footage of a drone attacking trump.

Take a look:

Per The Jerusalem Post:

An animation depicting the assassination of former US President Donald Trump was published on Wednesday on the official website of Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

The video, entitled “Revenge is Inevitable” depicts Iran taking “revenge against the murderers and those who ordered the martyrdom of [Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Quds Force commander Qassem] Soleimani,” according to the website description. The video was created as part of a contest commemorating the January 3, 2020 killing of Soleimani in a US drone strike in Iraq.

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