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Tags: Donald Trump | Iran | Trump Administration | War on Terrorism | terrorism | sleeper | attacks

Experts: Iran May Launch 'Sleeper' Attacks If Trump Nixes Nuke Deal

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani (Getty Images)

By    |   Tuesday, 01 May 2018 10:44 AM

Iran might order Hezbollah "sleeper cells" in the United States to launch retaliatory terror strikes if President Donald Trump decertifies the Iran nuclear deal, informed sources warn.

According to an April 17 congressional hearing on Iran's global terrorism network, the prevalence of Iranian operatives in the United States is much more extensive than generally recognized. Homeland Security Committee Chairman Rep. Pete King, R-N.Y., has estimated the number of entrenched Iranian operatives is "in the hundreds."

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If President Donald Trump decertifies the Iran nuclear deal, informed sources warn Iran might order Hezbollah "sleeper cells" in the United States to launch retaliatory terror strikes.
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