U.S. President Donlad Trump has re-justified on Monday the U.S. bombing in which General Qasem Soleimani, who has been referred to as «the world’s number one terrorist,» was reunited with U.S. President Qasem Soleimani, who has been referred to as «the world’s number one terrorist.» I think it’s been totally consistent (…) We’ve killed Soleimani, the world’s number one terrorist by all sources. A bad person,» Trump said during an act with the press at the White House.» He’s killed a lot of Americans. He’s killed a lot of people. We’ve killed him (…). We killed the world’s number one terrorist, Soleimani, and it should have been done twenty years ago,» he insisted. Internally, Trump has denounced «Democrats trying to defend him,» to Soleimani, «a disgrace to our country.» «You can’t do that. Let me tell you that it doesn’t work politically very well for them,» he said. THE DEATH OF SOLEIMANISoleimani died alongside the ‘number two’ of the Popular Mobilization Forces (MpPs) – a coalition of Iraqi pro-government militias supported by Tehran – Abu Mahdi al Muhandis, and several Iraqi militiamen, after what Iran promised to would avenge for the attack. In response to Soleimani’s death, Iran on Wednesday with missiles attacked two military bases in Iraq where U.S. soldiers are deployed, in what Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei described Washington.Trump as «a slap» he claimed hours later that the attacks have been settled without casualties, although one responsible for Iran’s Revolutionary Guard claimed that at least 80 U.S. service members have been killed there. For their part, the Iraqi authorities harshly criticized the bombing of Soleimani and the MPFs and stressed that this coalition of militias was an important element in the fight against the jihadist group Islamic State.So the Iraqi Parliament approved on 5 January a motion that calls for the expulsion of U.S. troops from the country and forces the Government to commit to any agreement it reaches in the future for the presence of foreign military advisers and trainers. During the january 6 day, the Iraqi Executive limited the activities of the international coalition and reduced them to training and advisory work, banning their movements by land and air. That’s why the anti-Islamic-State coalition announced on 9 January a «pause» of its military operations in Iraq.