Donald Trump’s Reelection May Hinge on His Ability to Fulfill His Campaign Promise to Start a War with Iran

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 4, 2020

In 2016, failed casino magnate and successful game show host Donald Trump pulled off a surprise victory and became president of the United States.

His campaign spoke directly to Middle America, as he made promises to increase opioid-related deaths and suicides, increase homelessness, open the Mexican border to millions of Central American migrants, drive up housing prices, release thousands of black crack cocaine dealers onto the streets, replace American tech workers with Indians and Pakistanis, force African nations to engage in anal sex with men and drastically escalate tensions with Russia and China.

And for the most part, he’s delivered on these promises in spades.

However, the central pillar of his campaign – and the promise that most believe won him the election – was a dedication to starting a brutal war with Iran in order to stop Iranian influence in Iraq.

Polls have consistently shown that the issue that most concerns American voters is the threat of Iranian influence in Iraq.

Voters rejoiced on Thursday night when Donald Trump ordered the assassination of the number two official in Iran by blowing up his truck at the airport.

But, experts say, that won’t be enough to win him the election.

Experts and pollsters claim that if Donald Trump is truly to win the 2020 election, he will have to fully fulfill his promise and send hundreds of thousands of American troops to invade Iran in order to finally put an end to Iranian influence in Iraq.

The question facing Trump now is: does he have the courage to go through with this promise he made to the American people, and finally stamp out Iranian influence in Iraq once and for all?

The truth is yet to be revealed.