News Of ISIS Leader's Death Breaks Just As SNL Mocks Trump For Helping Terror Recruitment

News Of ISIS Leader's Death Breaks Just As SNL Mocks Trump For Helping Terror Recruitment
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'Saturday Night Live' suffered a massive embarassment on Saturday night after one of its comedy skits accused President Trump of somehow helped ISIS recruitment right before news of the death of ISIS leader  Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi  was killed. As Fox News reports:

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.


The ISIS leader reportedly used a suicide vest to kill himself as US special forces, under orders from President Trump, closed in on his location. 

Once again it appears the Anti-Trump media has made a complete fool of itself.
 Source: American Update

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