Bill Hemmer discussed the new Bill Clinton audio tape this morning with Fox News military analyst Marine Lt. Col. Bill Cowan (Ret.). In the newly released clip, Clinton is heard telling Australian business leaders on Sept. 10, 2001 that he could have killed Usama bin Laden, but chose not to because of potential civilian casualties in a missile strike.
Michael Scheuer, former head of the CIA's Usama Bin Laden unit, pushed back against Bill Clinton's contention that he could have killed Usama bin Laden, but chose not to because of the risk to civilians. Scheuer called Clinton a "liar" for saying civilians would have also been killed.
Eerie audio just released reveals that hours before the September 11, 2001 attacks, former President Bill Clinton spoke about how he could’ve killed Usama bin Laden but chose not to.
Usama bin Laden’s son-in-law was found guilty of conspiring to kill Americans. Sulaiman Abu Ghayth was convicted in a New York City court on Wednesday morning.
There’s a new push in Washington, D.C. to declassify documents United States Navy SEALs collected during the 2011 raid on Usama bin Laden’s compound.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) is demanding answers about the 2011 chopper crash in Afghanistan that killed 22 Navy SEALs, including members of the elite SEAL Team 6 unit that killed Usama Bin Laden. On Fox and Friends this morning, Alisyn Camerota spoke to Karen Vaughn, whose son, Aaron Vaughn, was killed in the attack.
Patti Ann Browne told us this morning on America's Newsroom about a new AP report that the Dept. of Defense purged its files on the raid that killed Usama bin Laden, and then sent the documents to the CIA.
Shep Smith told us on Fox Report the story of Fox News reporter Dominic Di-Natale's donation of a chunk of Usama Bin Laden's Pakistan compound to the 9/11 museum. Di-Natale decided to chisel out a chunk of the foundation while reporting in Pakistan on the U.S. raid that killed the Al Qaeda leader.
Navy SEAL Team 6 became a household name when members of the elite unit took out Usama bin Laden. But the same unit suffered tragedy just three months later when a helicopter carrying 30 American troops, most of them members of SEAL Team 6, was blasted out of the sky by Taliban forces in Afghanistan.