World War 3: Donald Trump’s military ‘REMAIN ALERT’ as Middle East tensions SKYROCKET

Admiral John Richardson, a top US Navy leader, stated the military force remains “alert more than usual” as World War 3 fears mount.

He stated the Navy “remain alert, I mean, even a little bit more alert than usual, to just be open to any kind of response or new development or something like that”.

The admiral added the US is entering a “period of uncertainty” in the Persian Gulf.

He went on: "It is a period of uncertainty that we are entering into, right how the whole world will respond to this latest development.”

The admiral added the US is entering a “period of uncertainty” in the Persian Gulf.

He went on: "It is a period of uncertainty that we are entering into, right —

how the whole world will respond to this latest development.”

Following the move from the Republican firebrand, Iran blasted the President as “untrustworthy”.

Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari, the Commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), claimed the US move was part of an attempt to “break Iran’s resistance”.

He continued: “We are again witnessing that the US untrustworthiness has been proved.

“The US measure has been adopted to break Iran's resistance and it is not a new thing and we have been for years witnessing the enemies' evil intentions, therefore, we should rely on ourselves.”

The Major blasted European nations for being “unable to make choice independent from the US” as he continued to ignite World War 3 fears.

On Sunday Tehran gave European signatories of the 2015 agreement 60 days to provide “guarantees” the Middle Eastern nation’s interests would be safeguarded.

Tehran’s parliament’s remarked: “The Europeans have between 45 and 60 days to give the necessary guarantees to safeguard Iranian interests and compensate the damages caused by the US pullout.”

The Iran nuclear deal was part of an effort by France, Germany, Britain, Russia, China and the US to put pressure on Iran to curb its horrifying nuclear programme in exchange for the lifting of crippling sanctions.


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