On October 27, President Trump announced the death of the leader and founder of ISIS, Abu Bakr al Baghdadi.

“Last night, the United States brought the world’s number one terrorist leader to justice.”

“He died in a vicious and violent way. As a coward, running and crying.”

“He died like a dog. He died like a coward. The world is now a much safer place.”

The leader of ISIS ran “like a coward,” from hero dog, “Conan,” who was part of the U.S. Special Forces unit, who chased down and trapped the cowardly terrorist leader in a tunnel.

On October 30, President Trump gave credit to “Conan” for his brave service to the country by sharing an obviously photoshopped image of himself awarding a medal to the hero dog. The media and other critics on the left immediately chastised the president for sharing the photoshopped image.

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Today, President Trump had the honor of being able to actually give Conan an award for his brave service. Standing beside Vice President Pence, First Lady Melania Trump, and Conan’s handler, President Trump spoke from the steps of the White House, where he praised the brave canine for his service.


The New York Post reported about Conan’s brave mission – The Belgian Malinois chased Baghdadi into a dead-end tunnel as the terror mastermind tried to flee US troops storming his remote Syrian hideaway late Saturday.

Cornered, Baghdadi triggered a suicide vest, killing himself and three of his young children, and wounding his four-legged pursuer.

Was President Trump trolling the left with Conan’s official visit to the White House?

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