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Trump Makes Vow to Never Let Iran Take Over Syria as New Threats are Issued Against US

Over the weekend, President Donald Trump vowed that he would not let Israel’s security interests in the Middle East be harmed, nor will he let an Iranian takeover of Syria happen.

“The U.S. won’t let Iran gain control over Syria. The U.S. won’t leave Israel alone in the battlefield,” Trump reportedly said in a meeting on the issue, according to a senior White House official who spoke to the Israeli paper HaYom (Israel Today).

The unnamed senior White House official added that Iran’s threat to Israel is a topic often discussed among Trump officials, and said the U.S. is prepared “for all scenarios.”

The latest remarks by Trump in regards to Iran comes not long after national security adviser H.R. McMaster made it clear Iran’s destabilizing behavior in the Middle East would be high on the agenda of Trump’s deliberations with leaders of Middle Eastern countries on the sidelines of the annual U.N. General Assembly.

“We expect that Iran’s destabilizing behavior, including its violation of the sovereignty of nations across the Middle East, to be a major focus,” McMaster told reporters during a White House news conference on Friday.

McMaster was flanked by U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, who emphasized Iran would never be allowed to “be in charge” of Syria.

“Iran is not going to have any sort of leadership in that situation to where they can do more harm,” Haley said.

When Trump addresses the General Assembly for the first time Tuesday, he will make sure “he slaps the right people, he hugs the right people and he comes out very strong in the end,” Haley said.

“No one is going to grip and grin,” Haley said. “The United States is going to work.”

In anticipation for Trump’s speech, McMaster aid Trump “will urge all states to come together to address great dangers” the world currently faces.