Bombers fly over Persian Gulf in first show of force under President Biden
A pair of American B-52 bombers on Wednesday flew another 36-hour round-trip mission over the Persian Gulf from Louisiana in the latest show of force against Iran, the U.S. military’s Central Command (CENTCOM) said in a statement.
The Wall Street JournalreportedWednesday that a recent missile strike damaged part of a compound used by the Saudi royal family -- an attack that can be blamed on Iran-backed Houthi rebels, which the outgoing Trump State Department designated a terrorist group in the last days of the administration.
Biden has expressed a desire to return the United States to the landmark nuclear deal with Iran that Trump abandoned in 2018.The Associated Press contributed to this report.Melissa Gaffney is a news editor for FoxNews.com. She can be found on Twitter @theMelissaGaff.
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JoeBiden should never return to the Iran nuclear deal. Armed with social workers!!’ We now have a real President! Military is in charge not Biden! He can’t find the Oval Office let alone direct the military!!! Photo opp. It's not even a week yet and the supposed better guy has brought back chaos to the middle East!
This guy already trying to start a war. Hasn't been in office a week.....