H. R. McMaster was the National Security Advisor under President Donald Trump and served as a commissioned officer in the Army for 34 years before retiring as a Lieutenant General in 2018. McMaster is now the Fouad and Michelle Ajami Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution.
Learn more about H.R. McMaster here: https://www.hoover.org/profiles/h-r-mcmaster
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“Now is also the time to address serious flaws in the Iran deal and counter Iran’s destabilizing activities, including its development and proliferation of missiles—and its support for terrorist proxies and militias that fuel destructive conflicts across the greater Middle East. The Iranian regime foments this violence with support from commercial entities affiliated with the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps or IRGC—including Mahan Air, which lands right here in Munich Airport.”
“General H.R. McMaster, National Security Adviser, Speaks on Iran.”
Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, President Trump's national security adviser, talks about the Iran nuclear deal, claiming it is "fundamentally flawed."
“Treating Iran as a responsible nation state did not moderate the regime’s behavior. Wishful thinking led to complacency in confronting Iran’s most egregious actions and operations. The Iranian regime took full advantage of that complacency.”
“McMaster accused Iran of escalating a campaign to increase its influence in the Middle East by building and arming “Hezbollah-style” proxy armies in Iraq, Syria and elsewhere as it has done in Lebanon.”