The news broke Saturday night when in typical fashion President Donald Trump took to Twitter to let people know "something big just happened". It was a few hours after that that reports began to circulate that the American military had taken out the world's top terrorist Abu Bakr al Baghdadi in daring and dangerous raid on his compound in Syria.
At a press conference Sunday morning the President confirmed the death of Baghdadi and gave details of the raid. Trump said Baghdadi had died like a coward, crying at the end of a dead end tunnel. Trump also released the information that al Baghdadi had killed himself by triggering a suicide vest but also killed three children he had taken into the tunnel with him.
Almost immediately some on the left had complaints about the raid including the former Obama photographer who suggested the photo of Trump in the war room might be staged. Nancy Pelosi complained that she and other Democrat leaders hadn't been told ahead of time about the raid, something President Trump admitted to for security reasons.
The question now is should the White House release any photos it might have of the al Baghdadi body as previous presidents have done.
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