Pete Davidson, in the latest episode of “Saturday Night Live,” played a member of the Islamic State who mockingly thanked President Trump for “bringing jobs” back to the terrorist group -- but during the broadcast, it emerged that ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was dead as U.S.-led forces closed in on his compound in northwestern Syria.
The ‘SNL’ sketch featured Alec Baldwin reprising the role of President Trump, as he addressed a crowd of supporters during a rally in New Mexico.
One by one, supporters came up to the podium to thank “Trump” for some accomplishment. One of these “supporters” was Davidson as a member of ISIS...
Unbeknownst to Baldwin, Davidson, and the rest of the “SNL” cast, U.S. Special Operations forces had raided a compound in Syria’s Idlib Province, where al-Baghdadi was thought to be hiding.