"Had this escalated, had something gown wrong, had we got into a fire fight with the Russians, it's to the administration's advantage to be able to say 'we informed congress that we were going in, they were aware of the risks, we at least gave them the chance to provide feedback.' That wasn't done here, I think that's a mistake". The dog has since returned to duty.
Trump had said during a press conference on October 17, "I told my people we will not notify them [congressional leaders] until our great people are out".
On Sunday the White House released the photo of Trump, Vice President Pence, and others who were gathered to watch the events unfold on Saturday evening.
Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi reportedly received a proper burial at sea following his suicide during a USA military raid in northern Syria Saturday evening, two US defense officials said according to CNN. In that light, our nation's special forces and intelligence operatives deserve the world's heartfelt thanks.
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The US military commonly uses the Belgian Malinois breed to guide and protect troops, search out enemy forces and look for explosives. The dogs are routinely involved in special operation missions or assigned to conventional forces to find improvised explosives devices. Trump tweeted on Monday.
Being chased by canine in the direction of the lifeless finish of a tunnel, Baghdadi killed himself by blowing up his highly effective suicide vest, as such the robotic was not used, the president informed reporters on the White Home, giving particulars of the operation in northwest Syria.
Trump officials say they have no idea where the President got his information that ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi died "crying and whimpering". "The dog, the K-9, the military working dog, performed a tremendous service, as they all do in a variety of situations", said Milley. At that moment, I couldn't care less about who occupied the Oval Office, we killed freakin' bin Laden. In the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, the al-Qaida leader, in 2011, Leon E Panetta, who then was serving as Central Intelligence Agency director, narrated the events unfolding in Abbottabad, Pakistan, to President Barack Obama and his national security advisers in the Situation Room. "We're protecting the dog's identity", Milley echoed.
The raiders helicoptered in from Erbil, Iraq, crossing what is now Russian airspace to conduct the attack in an area controlled by Huras al-Din (translated as Guardians of Religion Organization), which emerged in Syria early previous year and is believed to have 1,500 to 2,000 fighters, half of whom are of non-Syrian origin.