Donald Trump Shares Fake Photo Where He Decorates Key Dog ​​in Operation Against EI Leader – USA And Canada – International

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The image appeared to be an altered version of a 2017 photograph of the Associated Press.

The American president, Donald Trump, posted on his Twitter account the photo of the dog that contributed to the operation against the leader of the Islamic State.

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October 30, 2019, 05:21 p.m.

According to the American newspaper The New York Times, the president of the United States, Donald Trump, shared on Wednesday an altered photograph of himself placing a medal around the neck of the injured dog in the raid last weekend that led to the Death of Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State.

(Also read: A dog was key in the death of the leader of the Islamic State)

According to The New York Times, the image, which bears a watermark for a social media account for the conservative news site The Daily Wire, appeared to be an altered version of a 2017 photograph of the Associated Press.

In the original, Trump is seen awarding a Medal of Honor to James C. McCloughan, a retired Army doctor who is credited with saving the lives of 10 men during the war in Vietnam.

Trump has talked about the dog – which is called Conan, according to Newsweek – in brilliant terms in the days after the raid, which culminated in the detonation of a suicide bomb by Al Baghdadi, which caused his own death, that of several Children and injuries to the dog.

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