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Iran's response to the US may happen slowly and that's more concerning

Beirut, Lebanon(CNN)As the dust settles, part of Iran's response to the killing of its top general by the United States seems to be pushing President Donald Trump to do what he's always wanted to in the Middle East: leave.

One message is coming from Iran and its allies (from Qasem Soleimani's daughter to Iran's foreign minister and the head of Hezbollah in Lebanon): the end of the US presence in the region has started.

"Our aim is clear. The response to [shedding] the blood of Qasem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi [al-Muhandis] is driving out US forces from our entire region," Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of the Iranian-backed Lebanese militant group, said in a speech at a memorial rally in Beirut on Sunday.



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