Wasserman-Schultz says President Trump acted on Soleimani based on personal self interest

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Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz was on CNN talking about President Trump’s decision to eliminate Qasem Soleimani.

Wasserman-Schultz quickly turned that decision around on the President and accused him of acting out of his own self-interest rather than the nation’s interest.

“What I think is going on here, frankly, is that this action was taken more in President Trump’s self-interest rather than our national interest,” she said. “We had damning developments in just the last day where emails came out that made it very clear that they covered up the real reason behind the withholding of the hundreds of millions of dollars to Ukraine. Donald Trump was just impeached a week and a half ago. We need to get to the bottom how and who helped him carry out this illegal cover-up.”

Author: Jacob Hall