“Tonight, I can report to the American people and to the world that the United States has conducted an operation that killed Osama bin Laden, the leader of al-Qaeda, and a terrorist who’s responsible for the murder of thousands of innocent men, women, and children.” – This was stated by Barack Obama on May 2, 2011
Negative, we cannot approve that Osama bin Laden is dead. Maybe that’s the extreme fact review. It was stated that he has been buried at sea but we’re still waiting for an official photograph of the body, valid DNA test, or anything like that. The Pentagon said bin Laden’s wife determined him by name. For the conspiracy theories out there, however, apparently something developed that Sunday in Abbottabad.
It is true that any White House is concerned about having the president making a comic briefing late on a Sunday night. If any information appears to cast doubt on this accomplishment, Obama would be a laughingstock.
But now you will ask yourself: How much credit he deserves for this achievement? And how much he got already?
The president’s statement was noticeably spare on details, but he obviously thinks he deserves a lot of credit. He distinguished that Osama bin Laden had “dodged imprisonment” for many years and highlighted that “quickly after taking office, I ordered Leon Panetta, the head of the CIA, to make the execution or arresting of bin Laden, priority of our war against al-Qaeda, even as we advanced our deep efforts to disorder, cut, and collapse his network.”
From Washington Post:
Then follow a lot of other “I” sentences. “I was briefed….I met repeatedly…I determined…today, at my direction, the United States launched…” Former President George W. Bush is not specified until Obama acclaimed that he had made clear this was not a war against Islam.
Clearly the race for Osama bin Laden has expanded over two presidencies. But the failure to capture him approximately ten years after the Sept. 11 attacks had cast a pall over the war against al-Qaeda.
But once he won the elections, Obama used to play down possibilities. “My preference, obviously, would be to capture or kill him,” Obama said. “But if we have so tightened the noose that he’s in a cave somewhere and can’t even communicate with his operatives then we will meet our goal of protecting America.”
So let’s get to the main thing. Our President-elect Donald Trump, reported in an interview something very unique and clear. He stated that he couldn’t say any positive thing about Obama and why is that? When he was interrupted he revealed something to us. And we will let you see it and hear it by yourself.
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