34 service members suffered brain injuries from Iran missiles: Pentagon

The Pentagon said nearly three dozen service members were diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries after an Iranian missile strike on a U.S. base in Iraq.
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Transcript for 34 service members suffered brain injuries from Iran missiles: Pentagon
There is news tonight about American troops injured during Iran's missile strike on military bases in Iraq the Pentagon now says 34 troops suffered traumatic brain injuries. More than three times the number first reported. Eight of those injuries serious enough to be sent home to the US president trump just this week called the injuries headaches and said he didn't believe they were serious. President trump becoming the first sitting president to attend the march for life in Washington DC the president taking the stage. But the anti abortion rights rally his administration today threatening to withhold federal funds from California. For requiring private insurers to cover abortions California's governor dismissing the threat.

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