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Trump's Response To Abu Bakr al Baghdadi Different Than Barack Obama's Response to Osama bin Laden

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Trump's Response To Abu Bakr al Baghdadi Different Than Barack Obama's Response to Osama bin Laden

Trump's Response To Abu Bakr al Baghdadi Different Than Barack Obama's Response to Osama bin Laden

President Donald Trump continues to boast the deaht of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

He compared the killing to that of Osama bin Laden eight years ago.

According to CNN, Trump said al Baghadadi was the “biggest” and “worst” person they have captured.

When former President Barack Obama captured bin Laden he didn’t boast as Trump has.

He even tried to keep the body under wraps, saying “We don't trot out this stuff as trophies.”

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