US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made an unscheduled, fleeting visit to Iraq, amid growing Gulf tensions.
Donald Trump said it was ‘no big deal’ as the US can do what they want now since ‘Tiger Woods won it fair and square.’
Mr Pompeo cancelled a trip to Berlin and instead made a visit to Baghdad.
The Don described the visit as a ‘great stride forward for US-Iraqi relations’ and said he’s always been a huge fan of the Bag family and was delighted when the head of the family agreed to the meeting.
Earlier this week the US deployed an aircraft carrier, USS Abraham Lincoln, to the region,
after they realised that it’s been years since they played a major role in any of the bad news stories coming out of the Middle East.
Officials said the deployment was in response to threats to US forces and its allies from Iran. On Tuesday it was revealed the US was sending B-52’s.
Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi al-Muntafiki is a long-term fan of the group and regularly begins his speeches with a rendition of Love Shack.
Pompeo asked Iraq to protect US troops and citizens in the country and said the Iraqi regime understand ‘it’s important for their country. We don’t want anybody interfering in their country.’
Adding ‘Unless of course it’s the US army. Everyone knows when our infantry roll up a decade of peace and stability is not far behind.’