‘most killed in us led drone strikes not intended to kill ISIS” Trump Tweeted from his verified Twitter account in January, saying Obama “may have been right” about bin Laden

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The State Department “cannot guarantee a U.S. commitment to all security challenges and threats to our values and the common security of the region at any time, and we have not and will not have the opportunity to do so again in the near future,” a State Department spokesman said at the time of Trump’s August 2014 speech.