Joseph Biden vows retaliation after drone strike?

In the attack, three American soldiers were killed and at least 34 wounded, accusing "radical militant groups supported by Iran" of the drone attack.
"Have no doubt - we will hold all those responsible to account at a time and in a manner our choosing," Biden said in a statement.
In a statement, President Joe Biden honored the slain service members for being "unwavering in their bravery. Unflinching in their duty. Unbending in their commitment to our country".
Three US soldiers were killed and at least 34 wounded in a drone attack on a smaller U.S. base in Jordan, known as Tower 22. It is the first time U.S. soldiers have been killed by enemy fire in the Middle East since the start of the Gaza war.
Meanwhile, the Islamic Resistance in Iraq, an umbrella group for several armed militant factions backed by Iran, claimed responsibility for attacks on the Jordanian-Syrian border, including a drone attack on a U.S. military base.
The Islamic Resistance Forces announced on their Telegram channel that they had launched drone strikes at dawn yesterday as part of their efforts to, as they said, "resist the US occupation forces in Iraq" and in response to Israel's "massacres" of the people of Gaza, CNN reports.
As reported by the AP, Biden held a moment of silence during an appearance at a Baptist church banquet hall on his trip to South Carolina as part of the campaign for the upcoming presidential election.
"We had a difficult day last night in the Middle East. We lost three brave souls in an attack on one of our bases," Biden said, and later, after a minute of silence, vowed, "and we will respond."
The outgoing US president later stated in a written statement that the US would "hold accountable" the perpetrators of the...

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