Andrew Yang: Soleimani Execution Was "A Mistake!"

Earlier this week, when President Trump spoke with the press inside the White House, he delivered some very interesting remarks. He talked about not only the deserved execution of Iranian terrorist Quassem Soleimani, but also the subsequent reactions from various individuals and groups in America.

Now, a great deal of people in this country understand that Soleimani was responsible for the deaths of countless Americans; many folks are also aware that the Iranian terrorist brought his demise upon himself via the attack on a U.S. Embassy.

However, not everyone falls into the aforementioned categories; as a matter of fact, there are certain folks who have the audacity to complain about Soleimani’s death and paint President Trump as the bad guy here.

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President Trump Delivers Remarks” (Public Domain) by The White House

As the president pointed out, those folks are mainly 2020 Democrats who are eager to win a presidential election. On Wednesday, Trump was proven right, yet again, when Andrew Yang went on The View and cited the killing of Soleimani as a “mistake,” per reports from Breitbart News.

Why Yang Views Soleimani’s Death as Wrong

During Yang’s time on air, he pushed the narrative that Soleimani’s death will engender a “war” with Iran. This narrative continues to persist in leftist circles, despite the statement which President Trump made yesterday.

When delivering his remarks, the president affirmed that while America is a strong nation, we desire peace via strength with all who are willing. Trump even wished Iran and its people well at the end of his address to Americans.

Still, Democrats aren’t letting any of this get in their way or cause them to reconsider a false narrative. Yang followed up by stating that “responding disproportionately” to an attack on a U.S. Embassy isn’t the way to go.

Instead, the entrepreneur opined that “[investing] in a diplomatic solution” and “[bringing] Iran back to the table” are the proper courses of action. Finally, Yang explained that he wouldn’t have executed Soleimani as president and that 70% of Americans oppose war with Iran.

It’s very important to note here that in no way did Trump start a war by taking out Soleimani.

Perpetual Disapproval from the Left

The truth of the matter is that there will always be someone on the left with complaints about President Trump’s words, actions, policies, and tweets. If Trump cured cancer tomorrow, leftists would claim that he put doctors out of work. If the president ended hunger, Democrats would state that he only did it to earn more recognition.

President Trump Delivers Remarks by The White House, on Flickr

President Trump Delivers Remarks” (Public Domain) by The White House

Perpetual, leftist disapproval of President Trump is an unfortunate aftereffect of Trump Derangement Syndrome. Democrats spend a lot of time complaining about every move the president makes; this is good for leftists politically because it gets their base of supporters riled up. However, in the long run, the facts speak for themselves, as does the effectiveness of Trump’s policies and decisions.

Do you believe taking out Quassem Soleimani was a “mistake?” Let us know in the comments section down below!