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Parents Of Aid Worker Abused, Killed By Baghdadi Praise Trump, Slam Obama

The long-suffering parents of aid worker Kayla Mueller who was murdered by ISIS praised President Trump following the elimination of terrorist leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Their daughter was forced into an unimaginable hell of humiliation, physical and psychological abuse, rape and ultimately her murder by the brutal head-chopping army of black-clad Islamist fanatics led by Baghdadi.

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The young Christian woman was cut down in the prime of her life after she was kidnapped in 2013 in the Syrian city of Aleppo and became both a slave and propaganda tool of ISIS, being subjected to rape and torture until her death in 2015.

During his Sunday morning press conference that infuriated Democrats and their media stooges, Trump blasted the dead terrorist as a “gutless animal” as well as stated that he would be contacting the families of his victims.

Following Trump’s announcement that Baghdadi was taken out and died like a whimpering dog in a raid that was named after their daughter, Mueller’s parents thanked the leader of the free world and troops who sent the bastard to Hell.

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Via MSN:

Carl and Marsha Mueller said they were at home in Prescott, Arizona, on Saturday when they were messaged by a reporter about the possibility that Baghdadi may have been killed. Marsha said her first reaction to the news was uncertainty, because of the previous times the ISIS leader was believed to have been killed.

The Muellers received the official confirmation of Baghdadi’s death in listening to Trump’s news conference Sunday morning. They praised and thanked the President, the US military and special forces for taking action.

“We were deeply touched by what he said. We were grateful that they didn’t mess around and went right in,” Marsha Mueller said in a phone interview.

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Mueller’s parents had less kind things to say about former President Barack Obama who not only presided over the rise of ISIS but did nothing to help their daughter.

Via AZ Central:

“I still say Kayla should be here, and if Obama had been as decisive as President Trump, maybe she would have been,”

“I still say Kayla should be here, and if Obama had been as decisive as President Trump, maybe she would have been,” Marsha Mueller said.

“For me what matters most I’m hoping now we will finally get the answers we have been asking for all along,” Marsha Mueller said. “I think this administration truly might help us. I don’t think they are as closed about what happened.”

It was under the lamentable eight years of Obama that the regime change in Libya engineered by the three-headed monster of Hillary Clinton, Susan Rice and Samantha Power opened the lid on the box of Hell from which ISIS would emerge.

It was under Obama that they engaged in their murderous rampage of savagery that resulted in tens of thousands of deaths and was recorded in a series of ghoulish videos of the Baghdadi-led fiends cutting off the heads of their victims.

Rather than get serious about taking down Baghdadi and destroying ISIS, the Emir of Obamastan was more interested in scoring political points by trading Taliban terrorists for controversial U.S. Army deserter Bowe Bergdahl.

Not until Trump was elected were there any serious efforts to eradicate ISIS but they have been routed and now their leader is dead.

It may be justice for Kayla Mueller but she and her parents should have never had to endure their pain in the first place had Obama possessed a spine.

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