Donald Trump posted a message to his Twitter account Tuesday, declaring that "All is well!" after Iran launched a reported 15 ballistic missiles at two military bases in Iraq that house American troops. The president also said, "So far so good!" and added he would make a statement about the attack on Wednesday morning.
Iranian state media, in broadcasts to the public inside that country, claimed that its ballistic missile attacks on a base in Iraq housing U.S. soldiers have killed 30 Americans, according to NBC News Tehran Bureau Chief Ali Arouzi, who was quoted by Raw Story on Tuesday night.
But Arouzi said that there has been "no substantiation" of the Iranian claims.
Domestic media in the United States has published multiple reports that the Pentagon has claimed no U.S. troops were hurt or killed in the missile attacks, according to a story from Vox.
But there were reports of Iraqi troops dying in the attacks, according to Vox, though those reports had yet to be confirmed.
Arouzi also reported that the Iranian media was claiming that the country's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Hosseini Khamenei, was in a military control center, personally coordinating the missile strikes.