“A lot of missiles were used, it was completely established that it was Iran, as you know, it was a rebel group, but most likely it was Iran that could support it,” Trump said.

“You will see,” said Trump on whether the US would respond to Iran-backed militias that the Pentagon said fired a rocket that killed US soldiers pic.twitter.com/UydlsRePOU

- QuickTake by Bloomberg (@QuickTake) March 12, 2020

Previously, the Pentagon reported that during the shelling of Mount Taji’s military base on Wednesday, March 11, two US soldiers and another military of the country participating in the Washington-led international anti-terrorist coalition were killed in Iraq.

After that, US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper said the United States was exploring the possibility of a military response.