The killing of ISIS leader al-Baghdadi comes as Pres. Trump recovers from the overwhelming bipartisan criticism of his withdrawal from Syria and abandonment of the Kurds. Will this change the conversation in Washington? How will Trump use this foreign policy win to strengthen his argument for reelection in 2020?
What are the political/2020 implications from the killing of ISIS leader al-Baghdadi?
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