Trump personal attorney calls MKO terrorists as freedom seekers

US president's personal attorney hailed activities of the Mojahedin-e Khaq Organization (MKO or MEK) terrorist group by calling its members 'freedom seekers'.

Iran Press/Iran news: US president Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani made the remarks while attending a large gathering of MKO terrorists in Tirana, Albania.

Trump’s personal attorney also claimed that the terrorist group can be a suitable replacement for the current political system in Iran, Iran Press reported.

Among the guests, former US Senator Joe Lieberman (D-CT) could be named.

Rudy Giuliani and Joe Lieberman also called for the regime change in Iran despite Donald Trump's earlier claim that he is not after regime change in Iran.

The two called for the freedom of the press in Iran without mentioning their support for crimes committed by MKO terrorist group.

On May 27, the US President said that the United States is not seeking regime change in Iran.

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Among the guests in Albania, former Colombian presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt, as well as former US Marine Corps Commander General James Conway, could be named.

US president Donald Trump’s personal attorney also called on the Europeans such as France and Germany to break their economic and political ties with Iran.

In his turn, US senator Joe Lieberman commended Trump who “has been heroic and historic to burn to ashes the Iran nuclear agreement.”

The MKO has a dark history of assassinations and bomb attacks against the Iranian government and the Iranian people.

It notoriously sided with Saddam's regime during the eight-year war with Iran.  203/211/201

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