On Jan. 2, Trump ordered the assassination by drone of one of Iran's most revered military figures, Gen. Qassem Soleimani.
A critical and dangerous anniversary is fast approaching, and President Donald Trump is doing little to ease tensions.
Trump hasn't conceded, but it seems clear that he will be leaving office, albeit without much grace.
(France began withdrawing all its military forces from Iraq in March as the coronavirus began to spread.)
Biden's ability to monitor real-time, actionable intelligence developed by U.S. agencies could give him insight into any moves Trump might be contemplating in Iran or Iraq.
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