President granted access about Bin Laden raid

Brian Cervantez Washburn Review

In an unprecedented move, President Barack Obama has been given access to the information pertaining to the Osama Bin Laden raid. Obama has met with Peter Bergen, CNN’s national security analyst, to talk to him about the raid. This is something that a president has never done before, due to the fact that governments typically close the books operations such as this. Usually the public does not know any of the details in the case.

The Bin Laden raid was a historic moment for the United States because after being elusive for so long after the 9/11 attacks, Bin Laden was finally taken down while resting in his home in Pakistan.

“There is never an easy decision when it comes to things like this,” said Anjelica Willis, a graduate student in the health science and health care education departments, “Claiming of the raid and attack he spoke of how he would’ve handled it which is something more leaders need to do.” 

The real question the United States may face is wondering if this raid had a big impact in the War on Terror. The reason many are asking this question is because there have been many different terrorist groups to take Bin Laden’s place. One of the biggest groups that some are saying have taken his place is ISIS. Many people are still living in fear over the new terrorist groups that are at large today.