Trump detailed Soleimani airstrike to donors at private Mar-a-Lago dinner

The president said nothing at the fundraiser about an “imminent attack” on U.S. interests or threats to four U.S. embassies as he previously has to justify the unilateral military strike that escalated tensions in the region and opened debate on presidential war powers.

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Messages, which show an aide to Rep. Devin Nunes repeatedly in contact with Parnas, put the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee in the hot seat.
Anita Dumsch, her daughter Amanda and husband Pat, hold a photograph of her son Aaron. (Mary F. Calvert for The Post)
Anita Dumsch, her daughter Amanda and husband Pat, hold a photograph of her son Aaron. (Mary F. Calvert for The Post)
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