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Fox PoliticsJun 15, 2019
Beto pushes for peace with Iran, accuses Trump admin of 'gunning for war'
Former Rep. Beto O'Rourke, D-Texas, accused President Trump's administration of pursuing war with Iran as tensions mounted in the Middle East and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blamed the rogue nation for an assault on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman.

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Drudge ReportJun 15, 2019
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Politics - U.S. HouseJun 14, 2019
Are Oman Tanker Attacks Another Gulf of Tonkin?
Internet databases confirm much about the incident, but the Trump administration hasn't provided convincing evidence of Iran's culpability.

Drudge ReportJun 14, 2019
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The Daily BeastJun 14, 2019
Gulf Tanker Whodunit: Trump's a Liar. So Are the Mullahs.
Handout via ReutersPARIS—Who was it who blasted two tankers in the Persian Gulf on Thursday? Whodunit?

The Trump administration says it must have been the Iranians. Trump told Fox & Friends on Friday the attack has "got Iran written all over it." And Iran says it must have been somebody else. And because both sides have such long records of deceit and, really, no regard for the truth, we the public and the press find ourselves sliding toward war with no firm grip on the facts.

Gosh, that feels familiar: a plunge into "unknown unknowns." But the information situation is much worse today than when Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld uttered that delphic phrase amid the vanguard of lies that preceded the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in 2003.

Read more at The Daily Beast.

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