Donald Trump points out that Osama bin Laden was not a ‘monster’ and only received ‘one hit’ in new interview

Osama bin Laden He was not a ‘monster,’ said the former US president, but ‘hit with one blow’. Donald Trump, before the twentieth anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11.

Trump, in an interview with conservative radio broadcaster Hugh Hewitt on Thursday, bragged about the operations the United States has eliminated “the most vicious” terrorists during his time in the Oval Office.

“Isis is stronger than TalibanAnd fiercer than the Taliban. “ISIS was watching, and then they were, they were no longer around,” Mr. Trump said in the interview.

And we removed the founder of ISIS, al-Baghdadi, and then of course Soleimani. Now just so you understand, Soleimani is much bigger than Osama bin Laden. He added that the founder of ISIS is al-Baghdadi in many ways older than Osama bin Laden.

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, an Iraqi fighter who rose to become the leader of the Islamic State, was killed in a raid by US special forces in northwest Syria in 2019. And in January 2020, a US drone strike in Iraq killed prominent Iranian general Qassem Soleimani. who drove. The Quds Force of the Revolutionary Guards.

Bin Laden created the terrorist group Al-Qaeda that was responsible for the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center that killed at least 2,996 people in the United States.

He has been accused of providing support for the planning of the 1998 bombings of the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, which killed more than 200 people and was also said to be responsible for a suicide attack on the USS Cole in October 2000, which killed 17 American sailors. injured a lot.

Bin Laden was killed by the United States in 2011 when Barack Obama was president.

Osama bin Laden was hit in one blow, and it was a bad blow, in New York City, the World Trade Center. But those other two men were monsters. They were monsters. And I’ve been saying for years why don’t they get it? For years I have said it. He said.

The former president gave the interview afterwards At least 95 civiliansAmong them, 13 US soldiers were killed in three successive explosions outside Kabul airport in Afghanistan on Thursday.

Isis branch in South Asia, Known as Isis-KIt claimed responsibility for the attack and said in a statement that it targeted “interpreters and collaborators with the US military,” Reuters reported.

American forces Prepare for more attacks Reuters news agency reported that with the end of their evacuation mission.

In 2020, Trump reached an agreement with the Taliban, agreeing to withdraw US forces from them Afghanistan By May 2021, 5,000 Taliban prisoners will be released.

In return, the Taliban will not allow Afghanistan to become a safe haven for terrorist groups and will release 1,000 of its prisoners, according to the agreement.

However, Trump told the radio host, he would have bombed the Taliban to hell had they violated the agreement and “never would have come to Kabul.”

“They just won’t.”

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