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Trump’s Ominous Message to Iran: That Country ‘Made a Very Big Mistake’

See the president's tweet after the drone attack news broke

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President Donald Trump delivered an ominous message to Iran via Twitter on Thursday morning — after news broke that their military shot down a $220 million U.S. drone as it flew over the Strait of Hormuz.

“Iran made a very big mistake!” Trump declared.

See the tweet below:

U.S. Central Command confirmed that an Iranian surface-to-air missile shot down a U.S. drone over international waters.

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Iran insists the action it took only happened when the drone infiltrated its airspace.

CENTCOM insists those are “false” reports about an “unprovoked attack.”

Last week, Iran was involved with attacking two American tanker ships, according to Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, which proudly took credit for the attack on the drone, saying, “We do not intend to engage in war with any country, but we are completely ready for the war.”

We all remember what happened at the beginning of President Trump’s first term, when he dropped the closest thing to a nuclear bomb on ISIS in Afghanistan.

It was called the Mother Of All Bombs (MOAB).

Does Iran really want to shock the system and poke the bear?

This piece originally appeared in and is used by permission.

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