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Iran’s top leader tweeted vowing to “retaliate”, with pictures like Trump.

Iran's top leader tweeted vowing to "retaliate", with pictures like Trump.

Illustration of Iran's Supreme Leader Khamenei's tweet

Iran’s Supreme Leader Khamenei tweeted on the 21st that looked like a picture of former U.S. President Trump playing golf, which said “vengeance”.

The Hill reported on the 22nd that Khamenei released a picture with blonde hair and a red shirt, similar to former U.S. President Trump.

The report said that there was also a shadow of a stealth plane above this person.

According to Reuters, the text on the picture shows that Khamenei vowed to avenge General Suleimani, the commander of the “Quds Brigade” of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps who died last year.

It is reported that Khamenei issued a similar statement last month.

According to the report, Khamenei wrote in a statement that “Those who ordered the murder of General Soleimani and the murderers should be punished.

This retaliation will certainly happen at the right time.

According to previous reports, in the early morning of January 3, 2020, Suleimani was killed by an air strike by the U.S. military on the highway outside Baghdad International Airport.

The U.S. Department of Defense later said that Trump ordered the attack on Suleimani to deter Iran and cancel its future attack plan against the United States.

After the assassination of Suleimani by the United States last year, the relationship between the United States and Iran was tense for a while.

After the new U.S. President Biden came to power, Iranian President Rouhani called for the United States to return to the Iran nuclear agreement in a statement on the 20th.

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