The Navy SEAL who shot Osama bin Laden pushes back on Trump's criticism of the 2011 raid — Business Insider
Osama bin Laden, left, was shot in 2011 by Robert O'Neill during a raid on his compound. Robert J. O'Neill, a former US Navy SEAL who shot Osama bin Laden during the 2011 raid on the former al-Qaida leader's Abbottabad, Pakistan, compound, has pushed back on President Donald Trump's criticism of his commander. O'Neill's commander, retired Adm. Bill McRaven, recently said Trump's attitude toward the press is the greatest threat to democracy he's seen in his lifetime. Trump fired back by…
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