Iran threatens to kill former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, US said – if anything happens, the consequences will be bad

Iran’s former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (Mike Pompeothreatened to kill. On which America has said that if anything happens to any American officer, then the result will be bad. Iran (America Iran RelationsAn Arabic-language Twitter account linked to the U.S. hardline regime said that Pompeo, who served during the tenure of former US President Donald Trump, should be at risk of his life. Pompeo’s picture shared on this account has a mark on his forehead like a target before being shot. It is written on the picture, ‘Live in fear, liars.’

It has been told through this post that Iran wants to avenge the assassination of Iranian leader Qasem Soleimani in a drone attack in 2020 by killing Pompeo. Pompeo’s life-threatening post came to the fore again on Tuesday, when an account linked to Soleimani’s daughter Zainab tweeted that Pompeo should ‘live in fear’ due to the assassination attempt. Iran is trying to assassinate Pompeo and his Iranian envoy Brian Hook, who under the Trump administration ran a campaign of “maximum pressure” against Tehran.

The State Department took the allegations seriously

According to a US Congressional report that has not been made public, Pompeo and Hook have been repeatedly threatened with death. This report was received by the Washington Free Beacon in January. The US State Department has taken these allegations seriously and told the Free Beacon that if Iran attacks any US official, it will face dire consequences. A State Department spokesperson has said, ‘Make no mistake, America will protect its citizens. This also includes those people who are currently providing services in America and those who have also provided services.

“We are united against threats and provocations,” the official said. We are united to protect our people. If Iran attacks any of our citizens, it will face dire consequences. The State Department is spending $2 million a month to provide 24-hour security for Pompeo and Hook. In January, the State Department told Congress that former Special Envoy (for Iran) Brian Hook was at risk. Pompeo, along with his family, is facing a similar threat.

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