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Martin Bashir: If Bush Can Declare Mission Accomplished In Election Year, Why Can’t Obama Mention Bin Laden?

3 years agoNews : Mediaite

With the one-year anniversary of the killing of Osama bin Laden — and President Obama's new ad that highlights the mission — comes a decent helping of political controversy. Many, including Arianna Huffington (who called it "despicable"), have criticized Obama's bin Laden ad. But on Monday, MSNBC's Martin Bashir posed a question: If President George W. Bush could use "Mission Accomplished"
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Spinning Political Hay Into Gold: Joe Scarborough Contrasts Bin Laden Killing To G.H.W. Bush’s Role In Berlin

News : Mediaite (3 years ago)

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News : The Two-Way (4 years ago)

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News : Mediaite (3 years ago)

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