Cory Booker concerned about Trump’s strategy following killing of top Iranian general

Democratic presidential candidate, Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) joined CNN and MSNBC Thursday night where he weighed in on the airstrike earlier in the day that killed high-ranking Iranian general Quasem Soleimani at Baghdad airport. President Donald Trump said just two days earlier that he doesn’t want, nor does he foresee, war with Iran. Though Booker agrees that Soleimani was responsible for hundreds of American deaths, he also expressed concern that the consequences of such a strike may not have been well thought out.

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