President Trump Delivers Remarks

President Trump Delivers Remarks


The President: Last night,
the United States brought the world’s number one
terrorist leader to justice. Abu Bakr
al-Baghdadi is dead. He was the founder and
leader of ISIS, the most ruthless and violent
terror organization anywhere in the world. The United States has been
searching for Baghdadi for many years. Capturing or killing
Baghdadi has been the top national security priority
of my administration. U.S. Special Operations Forces
executed a dangerous and daring nighttime raid in
northwestern Syria and accomplished their
mission in grand style. The U.S. personnel were incredible. I got to watch much of it. No personnel were lost in
the operation, while a large number of Baghdadi’s
fighters and companions were killed with him. He died after running
into a dead-end tunnel, whimpering and crying and
screaming all the way. The compound had been
cleared by this time, with people either surrendering
or being shot and killed. Eleven young children were
moved out of the house and are uninjured. The only ones remaining
were Baghdadi in the tunnel, and he had dragged
three of his young children with him. They were led to
certain death. He reached the end of the
tunnel, as our dogs chased him down. He ignited his vest,
killing himself and the three children. His body was mutilated
by the blast. The tunnel had caved
in on it, in addition. But test results gave
certain immediate and totally positive
identification. It was him. The thug who tried so hard
to intimidate others spent his last moments in utter
fear, in total panic and dread, terrified of the
American forces bearing down on him. We were in the compound
for approximately two hours, and after the
mission was accomplished, we took highly sensitive
material and information from the raid, much having
to do with ISIS origins, future plans, things
that we very much want. Baghdadi’s demise
demonstrates America’s relentless pursuit of
terrorist leaders and our commitment to the enduring
and total defeat of ISIS and other terrorist
organizations. Our reach is very long. As you know, last month,
we announced that we recently killed Hamza bin
Laden, the very violent son of Osama bin Laden,
who was saying very bad things about people, about
our country, about the world. He was the heir
apparent to al Qaeda. Terrorists who oppress and
murder innocent people should never sleep
soundly, knowing that we will completely
destroy them. These savage monsters will
not escape their fate, and they will not escape the
final judgment of God. Baghdadi has been on the
run for many years, long before I took office. But at my direction, as
Commander-in-Chief of the United States, we
obliterated his caliphate, 100 percent, in
March of this year. Today’s events are another
reminder that we will continue to pursue the
remaining ISIS terrorists to their brutal end. That also goes for other
terrorist organizations. They are, likewise,
in our sights. Baghdadi and the losers
who worked for him — and losers they are — they
had no idea what they were getting into. In some cases, they were
very frightened puppies. In other cases, they
were hardcore killers. But they killed
many, many people. Their murder of innocent
Americans — James Foley, Steven Sotloff, Peter
Kassig, and Kayla Mueller — were especially
heinous. The shocking publicized
murder of a Jordanian pilot, a wonderful young
man — spoke to the King of Jordan; they all knew
him, they all loved him — he was burned alive in
a cage for all to see. And the execution of
Christians in Libya and Egypt, as well as the
genocidal mass murder of Yazidis, rank ISIS
among the most depraved organizations in the
history of our world. The forced religious
conversions, the orange suits prior to so many
beheadings, all of which were openly displayed for
the world to see, this was all that Abu Bakr
al-Baghdadi — this is what he wanted. This is what he
was proud of. He was a sick and depraved
man, and now he’s gone. Baghdadi was vicious and
violent, and he died in a vicious and violent way,
as a coward, running and crying. This raid was impeccable,
and could only have taken place with the
acknowledgement and help of certain other
nations and people. I want to thank the
nations of Russia, Turkey, Syria, and Iraq. And I also want to thank
the Syrian Kurds for certain support they
were able to give us. This was a very, very
dangerous mission. Thank you, as well, to
the great intelligence professionals who helped
make this very successful journey possible. I want to thank the
soldiers, and sailors, airmen, and Marines
involved in last tonight’s operation. You are the very best
there is anywhere in the world. No matter where you go,
there is nobody even close. I want to thank General
Mark Milley and our Joint Chiefs of Staff, and I
also want to thank our professionals who work
in other agencies of the United States government
and were critical to the mission’s
unbelievable success. Last night was a great
night for the United States and for the world. A brutal killer, one
who has caused so much hardship and death, has
violently been eliminated. He will never again harm
another innocent man, woman, or child. He died like a dog. He died like a coward. The world is now a
much safer place. God bless America. Thank you. Any questions? The Press: When did you
first hear that this was — operation was
going to get started? The President: We’ve had
him under surveillance for a couple of weeks. We knew a little bit about
where he was going, where he was heading. We had very good
information that he was going to another location. He didn’t go. Two or three efforts were
cancelled because he decided to change his mind
— constantly changing his mind. And, finally, we saw that
he was here, held up here. We knew something
about the compound. We knew it had tunnels. The tunnels were a
dead-end, for the most part. There was one, we
think, that wasn’t. But we had that covered
too, just in case. The level of intelligence,
the level of work, was pretty amazing. When we landed with eight
helicopters, a large crew of brilliant fighters ran
out of those helicopters and blew holes into the
side of the building, not wanting to go through the
main door because that was booby-trapped. And there was something —
it was something really amazing to see. I got to watch it, along
with General Milley, Vice President Pence, others,
in the Situation Room. And we watched
it so clearly. The Press: They
had body cameras? Or how did you watch the
— The President: Well, I don’t want to say how, but
we had absolutely perfect — as though you were
watching a movie. It was — that — the
technology there alone is really great. A big part of the trip
that was of great danger was the — it was
approximately an hour and 10-minute flight, and we
were flying over very, very dangerous territory. In fact, some of our
leaders said that that could be the most
dangerous — flying in and flying out. And that’s why, last
night, we were so quiet about it. We didn’t say anything,
and I didn’t make my remark until after they
had landed safely in a certain area. But the flight in, the
flight out, was a very, very dangerous part. There was a chance
that we would have met unbelievable fire. Russia treated us great. They opened up. We had to fly over certain
Russia areas, Russia-held areas. Russia was great. Iraq was excellent. We really had
great cooperation. And you have to
understand: They didn’t know what we were doing
and where we were going, exactly. But the ISIS fighters are
hated as much by Russia and some of these other
countries as they are by us. And that’s why I say they
should start doing a lot of the fighting now,
and they’ll be able to. I really believe
they’ll be able to. Yes, Jennifer? The Press: Sir, can you
say what role the Kurds played in this,
just generally? The President: They gave
us not a military role at all, but they gave us some
information that turned out to be helpful,
the Kurds. The Press: And can you
tell us what the role of Turkey might have
been, and Iraq? The President: Who? The Press: What was
the role of Turkey? How did they help? The President: Turkey
— we dealt with them. They know we
were going in. We flew over
some territory. They were terrific. No problem. They were not problem. You know, they could start
shooting, and then we will take them out. But a lot of bad
things can happen. Plus, it was a very
secret mission. We flew very, very low
and very, very fast. But it was a big — it was
a very dangerous part of the mission. Getting in and getting
out too, equal. We went in identical — we
took an identical route. We met with gunfire coming
in, but it was local gunfire. That gunfire was
immediately terminated. These people are amazing. They had the gunfire
terminated immediately, meaning they were shot
from the airships. The Press: I’m trying to
understand the timing. You talked earlier — you
know, several weeks — about pulling troops out,
you know, and then troops were put back in. And then, you know — I’m
trying to understand the timing of when this
operation — how it fits — The President: Well,
I’ll tell you, from the first day I came to office
— and now we’re getting close to three years —
I would say, “Where’s al-Baghdadi? I want al-Baghdadi.” And
we would kill terrorist leaders, but they were
names I never heard of. They were names that
weren’t recognizable and they weren’t
the big names. Some good ones, some
important ones, but they weren’t the big names. I kept saying,
“Where’s al-Baghdadi?” And a couple of weeks ago,
they were able to scope him out. You know, these
people are very smart. They’re not into the use
of cellphones anymore. They’re not — they’re
very technically brilliant. You know, they use the
Internet better than almost anybody in the
world, perhaps other than Donald Trump. But they use the Internet
incredibly well. And what they’ve done with
the Internet, through recruiting and everything
— and that’s why he died like a dog, he
died like a coward. He was whimpering,
screaming, and crying. And, frankly, I think it’s
something that should be brought out so that his
followers and all of these young kids that want to
leave various countries, including the United
States, they should see how he died. He didn’t die a hero. He died a coward —
crying, whimpering, screaming, and bringing
three kids with him to die a certain death. And he knew the
tunnel had no end. I mean, it was a — it was
a closed-end — they call it a closed-end tunnel. Not a good place to be. The Press: So this was
going on before you made the announcement that
you’re pulling them out? The President: I’ve been
looking for him for three years. I’ve been looking for him. I started getting some
very positive feedback about a month ago, and
we had some incredible intelligence officials
that did a great job. That’s what they
should be focused on. The Press: And about what
time did this operation start yesterday, sir? And have you notified
the leaders on — The President: Well, this
operation started two weeks ago, in terms of the
real operation, because we had him scoped. We thought he’d be in
a certain location. He was. Things started checking
out very well. We were involved, on
our own team, with some brilliant people who
I’ve gotten to know. Brilliant people that
love our country. Highly intelligent people. And we — we’ve had it
pretty well scoped out for a couple of weeks. But he tends to
change immediately. He had a lot of cash. He tends to change, like,
on a dime, where he’ll be going to a
certain location. All of a sudden, he’ll go
someplace else and you’ll have to cancel. But this was one where
we knew he was there. And you can never be 100
percent sure because you’re basing it on
technology, more than anything else. But we thought he was
there, and then we got a confirmation. And when we went in, they
were greeted with a lot of firepower. A lot of firepower. I’ll tell you, these
guys, they do a job. They are so brave
and so good. And, so importantly, many
of his people were killed. And we’ll announce the
exact number over the next 24 hours. But many were killed. We lost nobody. Think of that. It’s incredible. The Press: And when you
told the Russians, you requested permission —
The President: Our dog was hurt. Actually, the K-9 was
hurt, went into the tunnel. But we lost nobody. The Press: And so you
requested to the Russians to fly over this
area they controlled. What did you tell them —
The President: We spoke to the Russians. The Press: What did you
tell them you were going to do? The President: We told
them we’re coming in. The Press: Okay. The President: And they
said, “Thank you for telling us.” They
were very good. The Press: But did
you tell them why? No? You just — The
President: No. They did not know why. The Press: Was any other
country given — The President: We did tell
them, “We think you’re going to be very happy.”
Because, you know, again, they hate ISIS
as much as we do. You know what ISIS
has done to Russia. So, no, we did not tell
— they did not know the mission, but they knew we
were going over an area that they had — they
had a lot of firepower. The Press: And have you
notified the congressional leaders about this? Pelosi? Mitch McConnell? The President: We’ve
notified some. Others are being notified
now, as I speak. We were going to notify
them last night but we decided not to do that
because Washington leaks like I’ve never
seen before. There’s nothing — there’s
no country in the world that leaks like we do. And Washington is
a leaking machine. And I told my people we
will not notify them until the — our great
people are out. Not just in, but out. I don’t want to have them
greeted with firepower like you wouldn’t believe. So we were able to get in. It was top secret. It was kept. There were no
leaks, no nothing. The only people that knew
were the few people that I dealt with. And again, Mark Milley and
the Joint Chiefs of Staff were incredible. We had some
tremendous backup. Robert O’Brien, Secretary
Esper, Secretary Pompeo. Pence, I told
you, he was great. There’s a very small group
of people that knew about this. We had very,
very few people. A leak — a leak could
have cost the death of all of them. Now, they’re so good that
I think nothing was going to stop them anyway, if
you want to know the truth. That’s how good they were. We had them also
surrounded by massive airpower. Up in the air, yesterday,
surrounded at very high levels. We were very low. We had tremendous
airpower. The Press: And you watched
all this from the Sit Room? Who were you with in the
Sit Room when you watched this? The President: Secretary
Esper, a few of the Joint Chiefs, Mark Milley,
some generals. We had some very great
military people in that room. And we had some great
intelligence people — Robert O’ Brien. It was really great. Yes. The Press: Was the
pullout of the U.S. troops in Syria last month
strategically tied in with this raid? Was it — The President:
No, no, the pullout — The Press: Is this
a red herring? The President: Right. Sure. It’s a great question. And you’re doing a
great job, by the way. Your network is fantastic. They’re really
doing a great job. Please let them know. The Press: Yes, sir. Thank you. The President: No, the
pullout had nothing to do with this. In fact, we found this
out at a similar time. It’s a very good question
— because we found this out at a similar time. No, we’re after
these leaders. And we have others in
sight, very bad ones. But this was the big one. This is the biggest one,
perhaps, that we’ve ever captured, because this is
the one that built ISIS, and beyond, and was
looking to rebuild it again. Very, very strongly
looking to build it again. That’s why he went to this
province; this is why he went to this area. You know, a lot of people
— I was watching, this morning, and hearing, and
they said, “Why was he there?” People were so surprised. Well, that’s where he was
trying to rebuild from because that was the place
that made most sense, if you’re looking to rebuild. Yeah. The Press: You sent out
your tweet last night. At what moment did you
decide to send that? The President: So, I sent
that right after I knew they had landed safely. The Press: When
they had returned? The President: Right. And that was to notify
you guys that you have something big this
morning, so you wouldn’t be out playing golf or
tennis, or otherwise being indisposed. The Press: Where
did they land? Where were they safe? Where had they landed? The President: I’d
rather not say. But we landed in a very
friendly port in a friendly country. The Press: Does this give
you any pause by your decision to
withdraw the troops? The President: No,
I think it’s great. Look, we don’t want to
keep soldiers between Syria and Turkey for
the next 200 years. They’ve been fighting
for hundreds of years. We’re out. But we are leaving
soldiers to secure the oil. And we may have to
fight for the oil. It’s okay. Maybe somebody else wants
the oil, in which case they have a
hell of a fight. But there’s massive
amounts of oil. And we’re securing it
for a couple of reasons. Number one, it stops
ISIS, because ISIS got tremendous wealth
from that oil. We have taken it. It’s secured. Number two — and again,
somebody else may claim it, but either we’ll
negotiate a deal with whoever is claiming it, if
we think it’s fair, or we will militarily stop
them very quickly. We have tremendous power
in that part of the world. We have — you know, the
airport is right nearby. A very big, very
monstrous, very powerful airport, and very
expensive airport that was built years ago. We were in there — we’re
in that Middle East now for $8 trillion. So we don’t want to be
keeping Syria and Turkey. They’re going to have to
make their own decision. The Kurds have worked
along incredibly with us, but in all fairness, it
was much easier dealing with the Kurds after they
went through three days of fighting, because that
was a brutal three days. And if I — we would have
said to the Kurds, “Hey, do you mind moving
over seven miles?” Because, you know, they
were in the middle, mostly. So you have seven
or eight miles. “Could you mind
moving over?” Because, I have to
say, Turkey has taken tremendous deaths from
that part of the world. You know, we call
it a safe zone. But it was anything
but a safe zone. Turkey has lost thousands
and thousands people from that safe zone. So they’ve always wanted
that safe zone, for many years. I’m glad I was able
to help them get it. But we don’t want to be
there; we want to be home. I want our soldiers home
or fighting something that’s meaningful. I’ll tell you who loves us
being there: Russia and China. Because while they build
their military, we’re depleting our
military there. So, Russia loves
us being there. Now, Russia likes us being
there for two reasons: because we kill ISIS,
we kill terrorists, and they’re very
close to Russia. We’re 8,000 miles away. Now, maybe they can get
here, but we’ve done very well with Homeland
Security and the ban, which, by the way, is
approved by the United States Supreme
Court, as you know. You know, there was a
reporter that said we lost the case. And he was right,
in the early court. He refu- — he didn’t want
to say; just refused to say that we won the case
in the Supreme Court. So, you know. But we have a very
effective ban, and it’s very hard for people to
come to our country. But it’s many thousands of
miles away, whereas Russia is right there,
Turkey is right there. Syria is there. They’re all right there. Excuse me, Iran
is right there. Iraq is right there. They all hate ISIS. So, we don’t — you know,
in theory, they should do something. And I’ll give you
something else: The European nations have
been a tremendous disappointment because I
personally called, but my people called a lot. “Take your ISIS fighters.”
And they didn’t want them. They said, “We don’t want
them.” They came from France, they came from
Germany, they came from the UK. They came from a
lot of countries. And I actually said to
them, “If you don’t take them, I’m going to drop
them right on your border. And you can have fun
capturing them again.” But the United States taxpayer
is not going to pay for the next 50 years. You see what
Guantanamo costs. We’re not going to pay
tens of billions of dollars because we were
good enough to capture people that want to go
back to Germany, France, UK, and other
parts of Europe. And they can walk back. They can’t walk
to our country. We have lots of water in
between our country and them. So, yeah. Go. The Press: You mentioned
that you met some — gotten to know some
brilliant people along this process who really
helped provide information and advice along the way. Is there anyone in
particular, or would you like to give anyone credit
for getting to this point today? The President: Well, I
would, but if I mentioned one, I have to
mention so many. I spoke to Senator Richard
Burr this morning. And, as you know, he’s
very involved with intelligence and
the committee. And he’s a great
gentleman. I spoke with Lindsey
Graham just a little while ago. In fact, Lindsey Graham
is right over here. And he’s been very much
involved in this subject. And he’s — he’s a
very strong hawk. But I think Lindsey agrees
with what we’re doing now. And, again, there are
plenty of other countries that can help them patrol. I don’t want to leave
1,000 or 2,000 or 3,000 soldiers on the border. But where Lindsey and I
totally agree is the oil. The oil is, you know, so
valuable for many reasons. It fueled ISIS,
number one. Number two, it helps
the Kurds, because it’s basically been taken
away from the Kurds. They were able to
live with that oil. And number three, it can
help us because we should be able to take some also. And what I intend to do,
perhaps, is make a deal with an Exxon Mobil or one
of our great companies to go in there and
do it properly. Right now, it’s not big. It’s big oil underground,
but it’s not big oil up top, and much of the
machinery has been shot and dead. It’s been through wars. But — and — and
spread out the wealth. But, no, we’re
protecting the oil. We’re securing the oil. Now, that doesn’t mean we
don’t make a deal at some point. But I don’t want to be —
they’re fighting for 1,000 years, they’re fighting
for centuries. I want to bring our
soldiers back home. But I do want to
secure the oil. If you read about the
history of Donald Trump — I was a civilian. I had absolutely nothing
to do with going into Iraq, and I was
totally against it. But I always used to say,
“If they’re going to go in…” — nobody cared
that much, but it got written about. “If they’re going to go
in…” — I’m sure you’ve heard the statement,
because I made it more than any human
being alive. “If they’re going into
Iraq, keep the oil.” They never did. They never did. I know Lindsey Graham had
a bill where basically we would have been paid back
for all of the billions of dollars that we’ve spent
— many, many billions of dollars. I mean, I hate to say it,
it’s actually trillions of dollars, but many, many
billions of dollars. And, by one vote, they
were unable to get that approved in the Senate. They had some pretty big
opposition from people that shouldn’t have
opposed, like a president. And they weren’t able. If you did that, Iraq
would be a much different story today because they
would be owing us a lot of money. They would be treating
us much differently. But I will say, Iraq was
very good with respect to the raid last night. The Press: Sir, just to
pin down the timing a little bit better here:
You got back to the White House around 4:30
yesterday afternoon. Did you immediately go
to the Situation Room? The President: Well, I
knew all about this for three days. The Press: Yes, sir. The President: Yeah. We thought, for three
days, this is what was going to happen. It was actually — look,
nobody was even hurt. Our K-9, as they call — I
call it a dog, a beautiful dog, a talented dog — was
injured and brought back. But we had no
soldier injured. And they did a lot of
shooting, and they did a lot of blasting, even not
going through the front door. You know, you would think
you go through the door. If you’re a normal person,
you say, “Knock, knock. May I come in?” The fact is that they
blasted their way into the house and a very heavy
wall, and it took them literally seconds. By the time those things
went off, they had a beautiful, big hole, and
they ran in and they got everybody by surprise. Unbelievably
brilliant, as fighters. I don’t — I can’t imagine
there could be anybody better. And these, as you know,
are our top operations people. The Press: And Baghdadi
apparently had been in bad health for some time. Was there any
indication of that? Or — The President:
Well, we don’t know that. But he was the last one
out, and his people had either been killed, which
there were many, or gave up and came out. Because with the 11
children that came out, we were able to do that. We don’t know if they
were his children. They might have been. But as I said, three
died in the tunnel. And the tunnel collapsed
with the explosion. But you had other
fighters coming out also. And they’re being
brought back. They’re being — they’re
— right now, we have them imprisoned. The Press: I was going to
ask whose children they were, but do you remember
what time you went into the Situation Room? The President: Well, I
started at five o’clock. We were pretty much
gathered at five o’clock yesterday. We were in contact all day
long through, hopefully, secure phones. I’ll let you
know tomorrow. But nothing seemed to
leak, so I guess they were secure, for a change. But we gathered more
or less at five. The attack started
moments after that. The — the liftoff started
moments after that. Again, the element of
attack that they were most afraid of was getting
from our base into that compound. Because there’s tremendous
firepower that we were, you know, flying over. And I won’t go into it,
but you had a very big Russian presence in one
area, you had a Turkish presence, you had
a Syrian presence. And you’re flying low. It’s very dangerous. And there were shots made,
but we think these were people that were shooting
that were indiscriminately shooting. The helicopters took some
shots, but we think that these were people that
were just random people that don’t like to see
helicopters, I guess. The Press: Sir, was there
any kind of DNA test done? Or where is the body? You know — The President:
So, that’s another part of the genius of
these people. They brought his —
they have his DNA. More of it than
they want, even. And they brought it with
them with lab technicians who were with them. And they assumed that
this was Baghdadi. They thought,
visually, it was him. But they assumed it was
him, and they did a site — an onsite test. They got samples. And to get to his body,
they had to remove a lot of debris because the
tunnel had collapsed. But these people are
very good at that. And — and they, as I
said, they brought body parts back with them,
et cetera, et cetera. There wasn’t much left. The — the vest blew
up, but there are still substantial pieces that
they brought back. So they did an onsite test
because we had to know this. And it was a very quick
call that took place about 15 minutes after he
was killed, and it was positive. It was — it’s, “This is
a confirmation, sir.” The Press: There was also a
report that his wife had detonated — or one of
his wives had detonated a vest. Is that — The President:
So, there were two women. There were two women. Both wives, both
wearing vests. They had not detonated. But the fact that they
were dead and they had vests on made it very
difficult for our men, because they had vests on. And it made it very
difficult for our men. Because you never know
what’s going to happen. They’re lying,
they’re dead. They never detonated. But they were dead. The Press: And if
(inaudible) on the successor — the possible
successors, have you been briefed on who would
possibly fill in the seats? The President: Yeah. We know the successors. And we’ve already got
them in our sights. And we’ll tell you that
right now, but we know the successors. Hamza bin Laden was a big
thing, but this is the biggest there is. This is the worst ever. Osama bin Laden was very
big, but Osama bin Laden became big with the
World Trade Center. This is a man who built a
whole, as he would like to call it, “a country,” a
caliphate, and was trying to do it again. And I had not heard too
much about his health. I’ve heard stories about
he may not have been in good health. But he died a — he died
in a ruthless, vicious manner. That, I can tell you. The Press: Were any
prisoners taken, sir? Were any adults taken
for intel purposes? The President: Yes, we
have people that were taken. We have — many of the
people died on the site. But we have people
that were taken, yes. And — and the children,
we are — we left them under care of somebody,
that we understand. The Press: Can
you say how many? Or do you believe that
these were — The President:
Eleven children. The Press:
Eleven children. How many adults? The President: I’d
rather not say. I’d leave that
to the generals. But — The Press: These
were — The President: — a small group. More dead than alive. The Press: Which
operations teams were involved? Which Special Operations
teams were involved? The President: Many of
them, and at the top level. And people that were truly
incredible at their craft. I’ve never seen
anything like it. The Press: And were there
— as far as partnerships goes, were there any
other forces involved? Or was this only American
troops in this raid? The President: No,
only American forces. The Press: And
did the U.S. — The President:
Only American forces. But we were given
great cooperation. The Press: Did the U.S. rely on — The President:
We told the Russians we’re coming in, because we
had to go over them. And they were curious, but
— but we said, “We’re coming.” How we said —
one way or the other, “Hey, look, we’re coming.”
But they were very cooperative. They really were good. And we did say it would
be a mission that they’d like, too. Because, you know, again,
they hate ISIS as much as we do. The Press: Sir, I meant
for intel purposes, was there any foreign intel
that proved useful along the way in this operation? The President: So,
we had our own intel. We got very little help. We didn’t need
very much help. We have some
incredible people. When we use our
intelligence correctly, what we can do
is incredible. When we waste our time
with intelligence, that hurts our country, because
we had poor leadership at the top. That’s not good. But I’ve gotten to know
many of the intel people, and I will say that
they are spectacular. Now, they’re not going to
want to talk about it. They want to
keep it quiet. The last thing they want,
because these are — these are great patriots. But the people that I’ve
been dealing with are incredible people. And it’s really a
deserving name: “intelligence.” I’ve dealt
with some people that aren’t very intelligent,
having to do with intel, but this is the top people
and it was incredible. It was flawless. And it was very
complicated. But — so, I do appreciate
Russia, Turkey, Iraq, and Syria, to an extent,
because, you know, we’re flying into Syria, and a
lot of Syrian people with lots of guns. So we had good cover
for probably the most dangerous part. It would not sound to —
you know, when you fly in, it doesn’t sound like
that would be the most dangerous when you’re
going into shooting nests and all of the things that
happened once they broke into that pretty
powerful compound. That was a very strong
compound and, as I said, had tunnels. But the most dangerous
part, we had great cooperation with. Yes, ma’am. The Press: Did you inform
Speaker Pelosi ahead of time? The President:
No, I didn’t. I didn’t do — I
didn’t do that. I wanted to make sure
this kept secret. I don’t want to have
men lost — and women. I don’t want to
have people lost. The Press: Do you
anticipate inviting the Special Forces teams to
the White House after this? The President: Oh, yeah. They’ll be invited. I don’t know if they’ll
want to have their faces shown, to be
honest with you. You know, they want to —
they’re incredible for the country. They’re not looking
for public relations. But they love doing
what they’re doing. I’ve seen it. The First Lady was out
there, recently, looking at what they do. She came back, she said,
“Wow, I’ve never seen anything like that.” The
training — you know, all of the training — and
the power of the people. The men and women, the
strength, the physical strength, the
mental strength. These are
incredible people. These are very
unique individuals. The Press: You
mentioned whimpering. Could you hear that
on your video hookup? The President:
Mentioned what? The Press: The
whimpering of Baghdadi. Did you hear it? The President: I don’t
want to talk about it, but — The Press: Okay. The President: — he was
screaming, crying, and whimpering. And he was scared
out of his mind. And think of James Foley. Think of Kayla. Think of the things he did
to Kayla; what he did to Foley and so many others. And for those people that
say, “Oh, isn’t this a little violent? Think of how many times
have you seen men — I think, in all cases, men,
for the most part — but in terms of this, where
you see the orange suits, and you see the ocean
and they’re beheaded. Or how many of you got to
see — because it was out there — the Jordanian
pilot whose plane went down, they captured him,
they put him in a cage, and they set him on fire. And the King of Jordan
actually attacked, very powerfully, when
that happened. They’ve never seen
anything like that. But he set him on fire. This was al-Baghdadi. And you should never, ever
hopefully see a thing like that again. Now, there’ll be new
people emerged, but this was the worst of this
particular world. This was the worst. Probably, in certain
ways, the smartest. He was also a coward. And he didn’t want to die. But think of it: Everybody
was out, and we were able to search him down and
find him in the tunnel. We knew the
tunnel existed. And that’s where he was. The Press: And you’ve
taken a lot of heat for the Syria pullout. Do you think this will
change the standing — your standing — The
President: Well, I don’t have a Syria pullout. I just don’t want to guard
Turkey and Syria for the rest of our lives. I mean, I don’t
want to do it. It’s very expensive. It’s very dangerous. They’ve been fighting
for centuries. I don’t want to have my
people — 2,000 men and women, or 1,000, or 28. We had 28 guards. And I said, “I don’t
want them there anyway. I don’t want them.” Now, I
will secure the oil that happens to be in
a certain part. But that’s tremendous
money involved. I would love to — you
know, the oil in — I mean, I’ll tell
you a story. In Iraq — so they spent
— President Bush went in. I strongly disagreed with
it, even though it wasn’t my expertise at the time,
but I had a — I have a very good instinct
about things. They went in and I said,
“That’s a tremendous mistake.” And there
were no weapons of mass destruction. It turned out I was right. I was right for other
reasons, but it turned out, on top of everything
else, they had no weapons of mass destruction,
because that would be a reason to go in. But they had none. But I heard recently that
Iraq, over the last number of years, actually
discriminates against America in oil leases. In other words, some oil
companies from other countries, after all we’ve
done, have an advantage Iraq for the oil. I said, “Keep the oil. Give them what they need. Keep the oil.” Why should
we — we go in, we lose thousands of lives, spend
trillions of dollars, and our companies don’t even
have an advantage in getting the oil leases. So I just tell
you that story. That’s what I heard. The Press: Did Gina Haspel
play a role in this? Can you talk a little
bit about that? And I saw your NSC
counter-terrorism director out in the hallway. Was there a role with
NSC counter-terrorism? The President: Yes. Everybody. Gina was great. Everybody played a role. Joe was great. Gina was great. They were all great. The Press: Just to follow
up, did your Syria pullout, did that generate
the intelligence that led to this operation? The President: No. We were looking at this —
look, as I said, Steve, I’ve been looking at this
— I’m here almost three years. I’ve been looking at
this for three years. They’d come in, “Sir, we
have somebody under…” — I said, “I don’t
want somebody. I want al-Baghdadi. That’s the one I want.”
They’d said, “Well, we have somebody else.” I
said, “That’s great. Fine. Take them out. But I want al-Baghdadi. That’s who I want. I don’t want other
people.” And then I also wanted Hamza bin Laden
because he’s a young man, around 30, looks
just like his father. Tall, very handsome. And he was talking bad
things, just like his father. You know, if you read my
book — there was a book just before the World
Trade Center came down. And I don’t get any credit
for this, but that’s okay. I never do. But here we are. I wrote a book — a,
really, very successful book. And in that book, about
a year before the World Trade Center was blown up,
I said, “There is somebody named Osama bin Laden. You better kill him or
take him out.” Something to that effect. “He’s big trouble.” Now,
I wasn’t in government. I was building buildings
and doing what I did. But I always found
it fascinating. But I saw this man —
tall, handsome, very charismatic — making
horrible statements about wanting to destroy
our country. And I’m writing a book. I think I wrote 12 books. All did very well. And I’m writing a book. The World Trade Center
had not come down. I think it was about — if
you check, it was about a year before the World
Trade Center came down. And I’m saying to people,
“Take out Osama bin Laden,” that nobody
ever heard of. Nobody ever heard of. I mean, al-Baghdadi
everybody hears because he’s built this monster
for a long time. But nobody ever heard of
Osama bin Laden until, really, the World
Trade Center. But about a year — you’ll
have to check — a year, year and a half before the
World Trade Center came down, the book came out. I was talking about
Osama bin Laden. I said, “You
have to kill him. You have to take him out.”
Nobody listened to me. And to this day, I get
people coming up to me, and they said, “You know
what one of the most amazing things I’ve
ever seen about you? Is that you predicted that
Osama bin Laden had to be killed before he knocked
down the World Trade Center.” It’s true. Now, most of the press
doesn’t want to write that, but you know
— but it is true. If you go back,
look at my book. I think it was “The
America We Deserve.” I made a prediction, and I
— let’s put it this way: If they would have
listened to me, a lot of things would have
been different. The Press: Sir, can you
talk about some of the difficult decisions you
had along the way here in this operation? Anything that weighed on
you or that you had to — The President:
Well, just death. I mean, you know, I’m
sending a large number of brilliant fighters. These are the greatest
fighters in the world. The Press: How many? The President: I’d rather
let the generals tell you, but a large number. We had eight helicopters
and we had many other ships and planes. It was a large group. And again, this is a large
group heading over very, very strong firepower
areas where — that was decision one:
Will they make it? And they made it, but they
took fire, but they made it. They didn’t take — we
don’t believe, again, it was nation fire; we
believe it was individual group fire or gang
fire, as they call it. So, they made it, so
that was a big relief. Then they went in, they
blasted their way in — you’ve heard. They blasted their
way in so quickly. It was incredible. Because this building was
quite powerful, strong. They blasted their way in,
and then all hell broke loose. It’s incredible that
nobody was killed — or hurt. We had nobody even hurt. And that’s why the
dog was so great. We actually had a robot to
go in the tunnel, but we didn’t get it because we
were tracking him very closely. But we had a robot,
just in case. Because we were afraid he
had a suicide vest on, and if you get close to him
and he blows it up, you’re going to die. You’re going to die. He had a very powerful
suicide vest. The Press: Did you have to
make any decisions in the moment, while troops
were on the ground? The President: No, they
had it just incredible. We were getting full
reports on literally a minute-by-minute basis. “Sir, we just broke in.”
“Sir, the wall is down.” “Sir,” you know, “we’ve
captured.” “Sir, two people are coming
out right now. Hands up.” Fighters. Then, the 11 children out. Numerous people were dead
within the building that they killed. Then, it turned out, they
gave us a report: “Sir, there’s only one
person in the building. We are sure he’s in the
tunnel trying to escape.” But it’s a
dead-end tunnel. And it was brutal. But it was over. And as I said, when he
blew himself up, the tunnel collapsed on top of
him, on top of everything — and his children. I mean, so he led his
three children to death. So, you know — The Press:
And in the tunnel, that’s when the robot
followed him in? That’s why no troops died? The President: The robot
was set to, but we didn’t hook it up because we were
too — they were moving too fast. We were moving fast. We weren’t 100 percent
sure about the tunnel being dead-ended. It’s possible that there
could have been an escape hatch somewhere along that
we didn’t know about. So we moved very,
very quickly. I mean — The Press: Was
he being chased then? The President: — these
people, they were moving — they were
chasing, yeah. They were chasing. But again, because the
suicide vest, you can’t get too close. Again, one of the reasons
with the wives is if they have a suicide vest, you
know, you have to be very, very careful. These vests are brutal. Brutal. And they go for
a long distance. Yes, please. The Press: Have you spoken
or will you speak to the families, like
the Foley family? The President: I’m
calling the families now. It will be a
pleasure to do that. The Foley family,
who I know. We’ll be calling
Kayla’s family. What — what he did
to her was incredible. It’s a well-known story,
and I’m not going to say it, but you know that. He kept her in captivity
for a long period of time. He kept her in his
captivity, his personal captivity. She was a beautiful woman,
beautiful young woman. Helped people. She was there
to help people. And he saw her and he
thought she was beautiful, and he brought her into
captivity for a long period of time and
then he killed her. He was an animal, and he
was a gutless animal. Thank you all very much. I appreciate it. It’s a very great
day for our country.

100 thoughts on “President Trump Delivers Remarks

  1. Why do you have to say he died like a dog? Dogs are good and loving. Actually, he died like a crook who deserved to get caught and dead…..he died with children too. Thanks to the US Military and others who brought this thing to and end.

  2. Lock this traitor up. He's an embarrassment to America. He sells weapons to Saudi Arabia, who fund Isis.

    Well done to the brave soldiers that killed that terrorist low life.

  3. Anyone who would blow themselves up with a bunch of children is not a coward, but rather a demon. Cowards are honorable people compared to these pathetic pieces of garbage.

  4. So many hands down(not as many as up) yet not a single one of them made any comments, are they afraid to be confronted with facts and not their feefees?

  5. MARK ZUCKERBERG BLOCKED ME FROM FACEBOOK AS SOON AS HE LEFT WASHINGTON AND LYING TO CONGRESS. PRESIDENT TRUMP IS BEING CHEATED OUT OF THE CREDIT HE DESERVES FOR BRINGING THE UNITED STATES BACK TO RESPECTABILITY AFTER OBAMA'S DESTRUCTION OF AMERICA.

  6. Great Job The loss is the innocent kids who died and the ones who lost their moms or dads Thts hard they dont deserve it

  7. You are scared you have little time left deceiver of all people your entertainer's politician's can't save you your done you are liars you say it's ok the sin against god with your man on man woman on woman sin your just liars and sinners

  8. Are you tired of Winning yet no not yet. I have to laugh when the FAKE news takes the side of a murderous terrorrist over Us.thats what the FAKE news has become and they wonder why our President calls them the ENEMY of the people . Trump Landslide 2020

  9. Thats a real Leader.God bless the real Americans for voting. Trump in.if we have to take a day off let’s vote him in again. Trump Landslide 2020

  10. If it's three equal branches of government, why wasn't the house of Representatives notified of the mission? That's unheard of; but God bless the special forces involved in the attack and no American's was lost. War is not a T.V. movie, it's a horrendous sight to see, it's real lives effected.

  11. Greatest President this country has ever known.
    Protecting us from foreign threats. All while Marking America Great Again and saving us from ourselves.
    Every Presidency is determined for its greatest after it is completed. This one is very easy to see, it will be considered the greatest of all time.
    Thank you President Trump for saving us from ourselves.
    President Trump 2Q2Q

  12. So Trump gets credit for this, but Obama just sat around?

    I don't get it. Is it thrilling to be a bigot? Is it enthralling?

    I'm happy there's finally something good happening, but holy hell people

    UNITED States
    not My sided States

  13. I believe what we're seeing is the effects of decades of large scale propaganda, conditioning and brainwashing in the US

  14. Mr. President sir , I think you are doing an EXCELLENT job as the President of our United States , thank you , God bless you and yours , and may God bless us all … sure hope you will choose to remain our President for another 4 years , we need you , we appreciate you , and we thank you !!!

  15. GLOOOORY GOD , AND PRESIDENT TRUMP WHITH BRAVE SOLDIER FOR THIS MISION
    WE ARE NOW MORE SAFE . GOD BLESS AMERICA AND ALL THE SOLDIERS , AMEN

  16. You GO…Mr President….. the Trump Train 🚂 is on a ROLL…. move out the way Tranny train 🚞 you might get ran off the tracks if you don’t….. because y’all don’t work….just saying

  17. *Hello everyone. If you're here from the Fake News lies that Trump didn't thank the soldiers, and that he took all the credit himself, then here's some news for you. If you're suffering from TDS and are intellectually challenged and don't want to watch the video, here's a recap with easy to click timestamps:*

    At 0:00:00 "Last night the United States brought the world's number one terrorist leader to justice." (he was the leader of ISIS).

    At 0:00:27 "Capturing or killing Baghdadi has been THE top national security priority of my administration" (this is indisputably true, as we'll get into at the 4 minute mark).

    At 0:00:36 "U.S. Special Operations forces executed a dangerous and daring nighttime raid in northwestern Syria and accomplished their mission in grand style; the U.S. personnel were incredible." (this is the first thank-you to the soldiers).

    Then he talks about the raid itself.

    At 0:04:00 he very briefly mentions something that any educated person already knows: Trump was instrumental for his part in directing the forceful obliteration of ISIS. He changed the military's rules of engagement, unshackling them and allowing them to CRUSH ISIS. He told the military to use the strongest weapons and bombs we had (MOAB (Massive Ordinance Air Blast aka Mother of All Bombs)) and to drop those straight on top of ISIS bases. He pushed harder than any other leader in the world to have ISIS obliterated. Military were thanking him for finally being allowed to fight ISIS. This happened in 2017, and it lead to the crushing of the caliphate. Any educated person knows this and only morons would try to diminish Trump's instrumental, strong leadership in pursuing ISIS with the full, unshackled might of the U.S. military. Mission successful. (Note that TRUMP did not say all of this, and he was very brief and humble about his own involvement, only giving about one sentence to himself; I am therefore saying it now, to remind any uninformed leftists reading this, that he was responsible for the military's massive push against ISIS starting in 2016/2017.)

    At 0:06:43 he thanks other nations for their assistance in this raid (Russia, Turkey, Syria, IRAQ, and the Syrian Kurds).

    At 0:07:12 he thanks the intelligence professionals whose information gathering and planning made this possible.

    At 0:07:22 he thanks the soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines responsible for the operation. "You are the very best in the world".

    At 0:07:38 he thanks General Mark Milley and the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

    At 0:07:42 he thanks the professionals in other government agencies who were critical to the mission's success.

    At 0:07:57 he says that last night was a great night for the United States and the World. A brutal killer has been eliminated. He died like a dog. He died like a coward. The world is now a much safer place. God bless America. Thank You.

    After that, the President's speech is over and it switches to a questions and answers session.

    In other words, President Trump began by congratulating America and the World, and he ended by thanking all of the soldiers and all professionals. It was a beautiful thank-you to everyone responsible. He did not take credit anywhere, except to briefly, humbly and correctly remind everyone that he unshackled the military (in 2016/2017) and ordered them to finally use all their might to crush ISIS, which helped make this possible. He never claimed that he was responsible for the raid.

    Now contrast that to Obama's 2011 speech about the death of Bin Laden: "Last August, after years of painstaking work by our intelligence community, I was briefed on a possible lead to bin Laden. It was far from certain, and it took many months to run this thread to ground. I met repeatedly with my national security team as we developed more information about the possibility that we had located bin Laden hiding within a compound deep inside of Pakistan. And finally, last week, I determined that we had enough intelligence to take action, and authorized an operation to get Osama bin Laden and bring him to justice. Today, at my direction, the United States launched a targeted operation against that compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan." — Obama (Narcissist in Chief, attempting to make it sound like he planned and organized the whole raid, 2011.)

    Let's also listen to 0:34:12, where President Trump says that they told Russia "we're coming in, and they were curious, but we just said that it would be a mission that they liked." Despite that fact, the Fake News media is claiming that Trump told Russia the whole plan before telling Americans. Sigh. The pathetic media's lies know no bounds.

    If anyone can watch this video and still not realize that the Fake News media is yet again lying about President Trump, then they are too ignorant and brainwashed and are not worth your time.

  18. Mi solucion para mi masoquismo voyeurista es de ventosearme semblante por los densos pantalones agudos simétricos de mis secuestradoras en las casas ajenas para preservarme casto con los bates de base ball sin matarme porque nunca recurriría a mi masturbacion ni al coito para culminarme con los ventosos del vecindario en mi casa particular masturbándome en secreto. Por tal razon mis calumniadores me hicieron trata sexual de personas con la calumnia, es decir, me discriminaron sexualmente para calumniarme de concupiscente por el perjurio de la necrofilia voyeurista por la original calumnia de prevaricador en la ciudad de Guatemala antecedido por San Lucas Sacatepéquez del departamento de Sacatepéquez.

    Atentamente:

    Jorge Vinicio Santos Gonzalez,

    Documento de identificacion personal:

    1999-01058-0101 Guatemala,

    Cédula de Vecindad:

    ORDEN: A-1, REGISTRO: 825,466,

    Ciudadano de Guatemala de la América Central.

  19. Al baghdadii blew himself up into millions of pieces in a tunnel while running away in terror from a dog. Must be why Mohammed hated and banned dogs.

  20. Ohmar is in peril, her leader was just killed by the order of mine. She’s going to take it out on Minnesota, her wrath won’t do much but she’s going to take revenge on the nation that killed the person she holds in the highest of regards.

  21. If the President told Schiff or Pelosi about the mission, they would’ve gotten their isis associates on the phone and forewarned them that their leader was about to die. It was for the greater good that they didn’t get the information.

  22. For POTUS
    Why is there a cultural war? The DS opponents of POTUS are nazis and hippies.
    * Only a nazi would dare to appoint antisemitic people
    * Crony socialism was a fundamental part of nazi regime. Friends of the top party officials getting government contracts or important corporate jobs. Quite a swamp.
    * Censorship is a very nazi thing.
    * Only a nazi would call a mass murderer as "scholar". Socialism is always one genocide away from being ideal socialism.
    * Nazi party name was "national SOCIALIST WORKERS party". Does it sound XX century socialist?
    * Hippies were all about sex. Death cult sex menu, and every perversion normalized. They grew up and probably liked sex trafficking to implement their sex fiction. Death cults idealized their darkness with idealistic or seductive fantasies for naive newcomers.
    * San Francisco during hippie time also was a s***ty place for some weeks. Attracted many naive addicts and mentally ill people.
    * Yuppie culture is very greedy and very hippie too, to the point of dehumanizing. Today's hippies are no exception.
    * Socialists love to spend other's people money.
    * Hippies hate Joker movie as hippie movement is about deceiving the mentally ill to get activism. Joker is called an Incel. Incel is a bad thing for hippie lovers of the full sex menu.
    * Hippies are snowflake younglings looking for cool or came from destroyed families looking for love. No wonder why they do not believe in family.
    * Hippies normalized love as synonym of sex. Hence sexual abuse is excess of love. Track these hippies and you will see who the abusers are.

    Cultural war is just a way for the left to say "years ago we had sexual predators in the church, so we got rid of the church and protected sexual predators". If you backtrack the intel files of hippie movement you will find eastern gurus and openly satanic sects getting involved.

    The war on POTUS is about using gossip and censorship to bypass definitions of sedition. It is called "intoxication of information".

    What is a coup if no one knows about it?

    Bolshevik in 1917 knew they had to control some things:
    * Credit
    * Transportation
    * Media

    Do I need to apply for POTUS advisor? Is it too late? LOL!!!

  23. I praise you Mr. President, Donald J. Trump. Businessman, entrepreneur, civil servant, hotelier and philanthropist!
    When your second term ends (and I really hope they lift the two term policy), I'm probably going to move to another country before someone else undoes everything you've worked so hard to do for us… Unless one of your children Donald Trump Jr. or Ivanka get elected right after you, then I'll stay a citizen of this amazing nation.
    ✡️🇺🇸✝️🇺🇸☦️🇺🇸☪️🇺🇸☮️TRUMP BLESS YOU, GOD✡️🇺🇸✝️🇺🇸☦️🇺🇸☪️🇺🇸☮️

  24. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2019 – ASSASSINATION OF MISTER ABU BAKR AL-BAGHDADI – REMENBER – IN ORDER – LIKE MISTER OSAMA BIN LADEN – MISTER ABU BAKR AL-BAGHDADI WAS IN INVENTION OF THE CIA – THEY WERE KILLED MANY YEARS AGO – GOOD RIDDANCE

    BUT HE MUST BE KILLED MEDIATICALLY – SO THAT NO ONE ELSE USES HIS GHOSTS – SO MANY YEARS LATER MISTER BARACK OBAMA PLAYING IMAGINARY ACTIVITIES (PRETEND AND MAKE-BELIEVE GAMES) – MURDER OF THE FIRST CRIMINAL OF HUMANITY AFTER MISTER JUDAS AND MISTER HITLER

    AND MISTER TRUMP PRETEND TO KILL ANOTHER CORPSE

    REMEMBER THEIR ROLES – DISTRIBUTION OF THE ROLES AMONG VARIOUS INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS:

    MISTER OSAMA BIN LADEN WAS USED AS PUPPET AND PAWN BY THE CIA FOR THE ATTACK OF SEPTEMBER 11, 2001

    AND MISTER ABU BAKR AL-BAGHDADI WAS USED AS ANOTHER PUPPET BY THE CIA IN 2011 FOR ANOTHER WAR CRIME – THE DESTRUCTION OF SYRIA AND THE GENOCIDE OF HIS PEOPLE

    IT SEEMS THAT SIR DONALD TRUMP WANT TO TERMINATED THESE HORRIBLE CONSPIRACY DISLOYALTY AND TREASON BY THE MILITARO-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX (FINANCIAL AND MILITARY AND POLITICAL PSYCHOPATHS)

    THUS THANK YOU

    *

  25. God bless you for your unwavering dedication to this country… we all know the Democrats are "by any means" trying to undermine your presidency. I think you really need to get serious with these traitors here in d.c. and throughout American politics…God Bless America

  26. ISIS never existed, they been lying about it all this time, now same way they lied about Chapo Guzman they trying to get rid of it because they know they been caught in their lies so they have to get it the lie out as quick as possible before everyone realizes that the only terrorists are the people in the united states gov.

  27. The left media shocked that POTUS used expressions like "he whimpered and died like a dog". You'd think he was talking about Mother Theresa. But of course, this is the same media that calls a mass murderer terrorist leader a "scholar".

  28. We need an president like daht he keeps things moveing I don’t know why so many peapole hate him his a great president we need more like him

  29. Dogs are not cowards. ( "died like a dog … like a coward")
    Generals know more/better than Trump.
    Military needs to get paid more.
    Glad our Soldiers killed a monster. 👍

  30. I am here be very care full what u do now I give you until Friday for my banks assets past it all Rong or with in one day u deth come

  31. The so called whistleblower can stick a whistle where the sun don't shine and blow it!! The Lying conspiring traitor should be hung!!!never impeach #45 ever!Trump will Win 2020 big!

  32. The LORD is with President Trump like a mighty warrior; his persecutors (Democrats) will stumble and NOT prevail. They will fall and be thoroughly disgraced; their dishonor will never be forgotten. GOD BLESS 🙏 PRESIDENT TRUMP and our great REPUBLIC. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸👍👍👍

  33. For POTUS
    Kids have been suffering lack of mental health enforcement and protection for years. Nowadays even institutions do it to people. They were victims of authoritarian narcissism.
    https://youtu.be/8vQhlWBlfUk
    There are two revolutions that need to start. Revolution of mental health and children rights. Kids deserve to be happy and nurtured.
    Parents very often were not taught to show love and support their sons. It makes a huge difference in the outcomes of their lives in many areas.
    When kids are abused by narcissism and then abused by institutions, guess what the future will be. No family, no nation (extended family). Families and nation must be healed. this is how an individual mental health revolution looks like
    https://youtu.be/8ZTbrfAwGbg
    Illness must not be normalized. Illness is not an identity.
    When ill people want to be leaders, they spread the disease in episodes of massive suffering in human history. When you backtrack the history of bad leaders, you see their childhood and you see how mental illness of a child hurt the nation decades later.
    Look at what the rules are for kids when mentally ill parents who.pretend to be sane.
    https://youtu.be/oHe3I6sPIiQ
    If we do not care about mental illness, it is like not caring about the blight of a plague. Mental illness destroy nations.
    The wokest nations have higher per capita consumption of antidepressants in 2010. Italy and Hungary seem the threshold.
    China antidepressant consumption is growing. Beware!
    Mental health in other nations is of strategic importance

  34. THIS PRESIDENT🇺🇸DONALD TRUMP🇺🇸IS MAKING OUR WORLD SAFE AGAIN.OBAMA WORST🤮PRESIDENT IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES AND A WASTE OF EIGHT YEARS FOR THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.AMERICANS WILL SPEAK LOUD AND CLEAR🇺🇸DONALD TRUMP2020🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

  35. https://www.corbettreport.com/the-life-and-many-many-deaths-of-abu-bakr-al-baghdadi/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+CorbettReportRSS+%28The+Corbett+Report%29

  36. POTUS 1st and ONLY ONE EVER DID THIS THE RIGHT WAY,president of past could of done the samething but I SEE THAT OBAMA,CLINTONS,BUSHES,WERE WITH THEM!BLOOD MONEY PAST US PRESIDENTS THAT MUST BE ARRESTED ANS EXECUTED FOR US JUSTICE!THE PAST PRESIDENTS I MENTIONED YOU SEE ARE US SATANISTS THAT'S ALL! REMEMBER(PIZZAGATE) A CHILD TRAFFICKING IN DC AND AROUND!MUST BE STOPPED AND WILL!THEY CAN RUN BUT NOT HIDE! Q

  37. What an idiot! Go back and look at his tweets when Bin Laden will killed. Gave all credit to soldiers, but this chump wants to take credit for everything. Loser.

  38. The left is mourning the death of Al Baghdadi. They referred to him as a "religious scholar" and are angry at Trump for mentioning his cowardice (running, screaming, crying, and blowing up 3 children). Sick.

  39. Contracted Domestic terrorists Lockheed Martin are flying their planes low over my home dropping microwave bullets or some forms of radiation and poisons onto my roof and window. This is a daily & nightly reoccurrence. President Trump needs to stop the Patriots Act all together simply because the watchlist is made up of law abiding American citizens who are mostly women of color, single women, and elderly citizens…NOT Terrorists as this Patriots Act was intended for. To WATCH Terrorists! President Trump I urge you to stop these crimes against wrongfully Targeted law abiding American citizens now. And all those responsible for these crimes being committed against us (the purposefully,wrongfully Targeted) to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law ..with the corrupt police and government officials being prosecuted with the toughest sentences simply because they took an oath to uphold the law.

    These Crimes of human trafficking / Organized contract stalking are organized by Phil Nut Howard & Emery Perry P.I. Corrupt police and government officials who’ve been responsible for recruiting droves of illegals to take part in these crimes in Cambria Heights, Queens NY.

    https://youtu.be/nv6GYj9cGDo

    #targetedindividual #policecorruption #organizedstalking
    #humantrafficking #domesticterriorism #hatecrimes #organizedcrime #lockheedmartin #organizedgangstalking #communitywatch #deepstate #domesticterrorists #Patriotsact #covertharassment #Maga #crimesagainstwomen #Fraud #extortion #contractstalking #crimesagainstwomen #contractstalkingcrimes #ICE #DOJ #NYPD #Nassaucountypolice #communitywatch #watchlist #gangstalking #communitypolicing #fcc #edwardsnowden

  40. Listen to this gibberish BULLSH*T:
    "Russia treated us great. They opened up. We had a fly over certain Russia areas, Russia-held areas. Russia was great."
    "Good job, Turkey. Thanks for letting us fly "over some territory!"
    "I've been looking for him for three years. I've been looking for him."
    "They can't walk to our country. We have lots of water in between our country and them."
    "And I'm writing a book. I think I wrote 12 books, all did very well."

  41. u r right, the ones threatening human rights, and our environment should be brought to justice, and you as their number 1.

  42. 4000 comments, on this vid, all your dogs, but that won't be enough. all the more for the chap that confirm to other nations, or at least dutiful citizens, that the usa will not, cannot be the and further down, given their present leaders, who sadly will go down in history, any point of reference.

  43. Now bring the democrat to justice. Calumny Definition from Nolo’s Plain-English Law Dictionary(cal-um-nee) Maliciously misrepresenting another's words or acts, causing injury to that person's reputation; or falsely charging another with a crime.

    Definition provided by Nolo’s Plain-English Law…

  44. Actually, to my understanding, Sovereign immunity for Government officials lose certain immunities under the Federal Civil Rights Liability (42 U.S.C. § 1983)  The Federal Civil Rights Statute is the basis by which a state or local government employee can assert a civil rights claim. Section 1983 provides: Every person who, under color of any statute, ordinance, regulation, custom, or usage, of any State or Territory or the District of Columbia, subjects, or causes to be subjected, any citizen of the United States or other person within the jurisdiction thereof to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured by the Constitution and laws, shall be liable to the party injured in an action at law, suit in equity, or other proper proceeding for redress.

    The most common claims brought under § 1983 are for violation of constitutional rights, including: • First Amendment rights of freedom of religion, speech, and press. • Fourth Amendment protections against searches and seizures.  • Fifth Amendment protection from self-incrimination.  • Eighth Amendment protection against cruel and unusual punishment. • Fourteenth Amendment protections against deprivations of life, liberty or property without due process.

    “Any citizen” can bring a § 1983 action against any person who, while acting “under color of state law” deprives the plaintiff of his or her constitutional rights and that challenged conduct caused a constitutional violation. The “color of law” element is established where a public employee acts pursuant to his or her office or in his or her official capacity.

    What about the Federal Tort Claims Act? The Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) is a limited waiver of the sovereign immunity of the U.S. It was passed in 1946 in order to make the federal government liable for certain torts and actions of its employees in the same way a private individual might be liable, although with many exceptions.

  45. Best president ever thank you sir for putting your life on hold to fix what Obama and the Democrats have tried to take away from an American citizen you are the man

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