Killing the vicious leader of ISIS was great news, but what’s even more incredible is that the mission was named after a victim of the ISIS leader.

While the previous president sat on his hands and let young American Kayla Mueller suffer, President Trump has a different strategy that has destroyed ISIS and now their leader.

The ‘proof of life’ video and information below from Inside Edition proves that not doing enough to fight the terrorists head-on is NOT the way to destroy them:

The Muellers spoke out about the Obama administration’s handling of Kayla. They had been encouraged to keep her captivity a secret. They had also discouraged the Muellers from attempting to free her or pay any ransom.

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“We had a chance to get Kayla out.” – Carl Mueller

Marsha and Carl Mueller thanked President Trump, and the military then slammed Obama:

“We were deeply touched by what he said. We were grateful that they didn’t mess around and went right in.” ~ Marsha Mueller

“We are so grateful for them … we are so grateful. They were glad there was no loss of life on our side. They are grateful their daughter and the others who were tortured and killed by ISIS have not been forgotten.

“I still say Kayla should be here, and if Obama had been as decisive as President Trump, maybe she would have been.” 

“For me what matters most I’m hoping now we will finally get the answers we have been asking for all along, I think this administration truly might help us. I don’t think they are as closed about what happened.”

Carl Mueller spoke fondly of President Trump’s effort to get the terrorist:

“He knows her story. He’s been briefed on it, and he knows, and that’s important to me. I don’t think anything would have stopped him from getting this guy.”

Who can forget Carl Mueller’s speech in support of candidate Trump and for his daughter:

Rest in Peace, Kayla. You are not forgotten.

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