Perhaps Donald Trump should have said that one of The Game of Thrones‘ dire wolves, large mythical dog-like creatures, went after the ISIS leader Al-Baghdadi. Instead, he gave away classified information, declassifying it only to brag about the takedown.
The president cannot keep a secret. After the Syrian operation involving the U.S. Delta Forces and our longtime ally the Kurds, POTUS spoke for over 40 minutes and gave away some of our military’s important strategies.
Vice President Mike Pence followed along with Trump, even though the president has said twice in recent weeks that he did not really need a VP. Trump retweeted Pence’s remarks:
‘President @realDonaldTrump proved to the world last night that our fight against ISIS is unrelenting.’
Then, the former leader of the free world retweeted himself during a Fox News interview:
The president thanked the International Associate of Chiefs of Police for their warm welcome in Chicago:
‘THANK YOU #IACP2019!’
Then, with the world coming down around him, Trump congratulated golfer Tiger Woods. Apparently, sports remained high on his agenda:
‘#82. Many Congratulations @TigerWoodson this remarkable achievement in tying Sam Snead’s @PGATOUR record in the USA. You are like fine wine. I love that this came in Japan, which shows the global growth of our sport. We are now pulling for number 83! GP’
This was the dog, the highly-trained military member, who acted with the Delta Force. If only Trump could keep his mouth shut:
‘We have declassified a picture of the wonderful dog (name not declassified) that did such a GREAT JOB in capturing and killing the Leader of ISIS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi!’
After that, the president quoted two highly conservative Trump fans, Representatives Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Mark Meadows (R-NC):
‘• No quid pro quo • No pressure @Jim_Jordan & @RepMarkMeadows agree that it’s time for @RepAdamSchiff‘s #impeachment charade to end.’
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