"Initially you said repeatedly to Americans, after Iran retaliated for the Soleimani strike, 'No Americans were injured.' We now know that at least 11 USA servicemen were airlifted from Iraq". More fanciful claims, like Vice President Mike Pence's suggestion that Soleimani was somehow involved in the 9/11 terror attacks, also have no basis in fact.
On Wednesday, Trump declined to explain the discrepancy.
"No, I don't consider them very serious injuries relative to other injuries that I've seen", the Republican president said.
"I heard that they had headaches", Trump says.
Maj-Gen Soleimani's killing in Baghdad earlier this month prompted calls from Iraqi lawmakers for U.S. troops to leave the country, but Mr Trump said he'd only do so if Iraq repaid construction costs related to a joint airbase.
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An Iranian politician has announced a $3million reward for anyone who kills US President Donald Trump, as revenge for the killing of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani early this month by a US drone strike.
Earlier this week, General Esmail Ghaani, who succeeded Soleimani as the head of the Revolutionary Guards' Quds force, said Iran will seek revenge for Soleimani in a "manly way", suggesting a direct confrontation with United States troops.
On Friday, Pentagon officials said Defense Secretary Mark Esper had only learned of the head injuries a day earlier. They said troops who were evacuated left Iraq under their own power on regularly scheduled flights. The facilities where they were located within Iraq did not have advanced medical screening tools - such as MRI machines - to evaluate their injuries, the officials said.
The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center estimates nearly 408,300 service members have been diagnosed with TBI since 2000. It remained unclear Wednesday if any service members on the bases attacked by Iran would receive the Purple Heart or other combat awards.
"You don't consider a potential traumatic brain injury serious?" They can be caused by roadside bombs, rocket-propelled grenades, training incidents and falls. Part of the Military Health System, the center labels TBI as a "significant health issue" that can cause temporary gaps in memory, sleep disturbance, irritability, anxiety and depression, among other problems. Last year, the organization called on the Pentagon to expand its studies on TBI.
"No. TBI isn't a headache", she tweeted.