Donald Trump Will Look Into 9/11 & Iraq War When President

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Last night during an interview on CNN with Anderson Cooper, the Republican front-runner Donald Trump said that former president George W. Bush lied about WMD’s in Iraq and initiated the Iraq war under false pretenses.

If Donald Trump occupies the White House he says he will look into the events of 9/11 and why the Bush administration started the Iraq War to get rid of Saddam Hussein.

The decision to go to war in Iraq was the worst decision ever made in history, according to Donald Trump. The Donald wants to know why some Saudis were allowed to leave the country and go back to Saudi Arabia following the 9/11 attacks of 11 September 2001.

He believes that the hijackers were Saudis but does not understand why the George W. Bush administration went on to attack Iraq and its leader Saddam Hussein.

Sealed documents containing classified information would be looked at by a future Trump administration, and the past which led to all the present problems in the world will be investigated, according to the Republican front-runner and straight-talker.

Terrorism in the Middle East has not only become a danger to America, that now requires immediate attention and action, but is threatening to spread into Asia, Russia, Africa, and the Far East, with the ensuing chaos leading to a possible global confrontation between the super powers.

Meanwhile the so called Islamic State/ISIS ideology spreads and threatens the world like a cancer, mainly thanks to the extreme interpretation of Islam promoted by the so called Saudi 9/11 hijackers, the Al-Qaeda precursors to ISIS.

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