Trump on Friday defended his right to publish a detailed picture of the Iran’s failed satellite launch site where a failed satellite launch attempt took place after experts criticized its publication for sensitive information.
Hours after the photos were posted on his Twitter page, the US President Trump defended his position. He told reporters at the White House that he had the right to publish the image of Iran’s failed satellite launch, adding: “I just wished Iran good. They have a big problem”, the Hill reported.
Earlier in the day, the US National Public Radio (NPR) quoted experts as saying that they believed the image released by Trump was of a higher quality than any imaging possibilities available for the launch site, which is likely to be a picture, that the US president may have published sensitive or confidential information.