Did Trump Say to 'Stop Congratulating Obama for Killing Bin Laden'?

Did Trump Say to 'Stop Congratulating Obama for Killing Bin Laden'?

Other information Trump discussed provided America's enemies with tactical details on how the military carries out a raid like the one on al-Baghdadi, officials said, including the robot, the helicopter flight patterns and how US forces entered the compound.

"I wanted to celebrate yesterday, and there was not this feeling of celebration in the way that we should take these wins because it's a win for America", said McCain of al-Baghdadi's death. The Facts: There is no evidence Trump expressed public opposition to the Iraq war before the U.S. invaded, despite his repeated insistence that he did.

The Syrian and Iraqi Kurds, one official said, provided more intelligence for the raid than any single country.

The officers took part in the mission to hunt and kill the commander after joining the US-led attack on his base in Syria. The military called off missions at the last minute at least twice. "It does not represent Islam or the faith of the Muslims, we welcome the defeat of Isis", said Mojda Sidiqi.

"He'd refused to state the way the movie was captured, but news-reports because have indicated it had been captured from an overhead drone, and it might not bear out the facts mentioned by President Trump, that replicated some of it in the Chicago match, which al-Baghdadi" did not die bravely". I said, 'You have to kill him.

"Last night the United States brought the world's number one terrorist leader to justice. We might... And we might take certain components of it and launch it".

Milley said the dog was "slightly wounded" but is now recovering and has returned to duty with its handler at an undisclosed location. In a seemingly posed photo tweeted out Sunday by White House social media director Dan Scavino, Trump sits dead center, staring directly into the camera lens.

Mueller was also imprisoned at the hands of British ISIS fighters called the "Beatles". He's sitting from left to right, National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien, Vice President Mike Pence, Secretary of Defense Mark Esper, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley and Brigadier General Marcus Evans, Deputy Director for Special Operations. Mr Trump said the women were both found wearing explosive vests that were not detonated. "They use the internet better than nearly anybody in the world, perhaps other than Donald Trump", he said.

Baghdadi blew himself up after being cornered by USA forces in a dead-end underground tunnel in his Syrian compound on Saturday. Trump said that the ISIS leader took three children with him, presumably to use as human shields from U.S. fire. "He was a gutless animal", Trump said, later adding that "he died in a vicious and violent way, as a coward, running and crying".

They pointed to some stray wires on the desk in front of Mr Trump, which were not connected to any devices, to back up their theory. Trump was more descriptive.

The president announced that al-Baghdadi, a "gutless animal", had died a "coward" while being chased down and cornered by us forces in a tunnel and eventually committed suicide, taking the lives of three children he took with him.

While Souza's claim was quickly weaponized by angry Twitter users, the claim appears to be wrong, as it contradicts data provided by Trump during his Sunday announcement. "I don't have those details", he said.

"I don't have those details", Esper said, adding that the president "probably had the opportunity to talk to the commanders on the ground". Moreover, the raid comes amid a fusillade of criticism aimed at Trump's recent decision to pull most US troops out of Syria with some of the sharpest attacks coming from Senate Republicans, usual allies who, were the president to be impeached by the Democratic-led House, would hold his fate in their hands. They chased al-Baghdadi into a web of underground tunnels - many of them dead ends - that they already knew existed.

As the helicopters neared the compound, they came under "local gunfire" that Mr Trump said was "immediately terminated".

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