WATCH: Killing Bin Laden Was The 'Most Important' Day Of My Presidency
HUFFINGTONPOST.COM - A year after the killing of Osama bin Laden, President Barack Obama reflected on the decision he made to carry out the deadly raid.
In an interview on "Rock Center With Brian Williams," which aired Wednesday night, Obama described the event as the "most important single day" of his presidency. Yet the death of the Sept. 11th mastermind was actually two decades in the making.
Both Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush had attempted to capture and/or kill bin Laden, but were unable to complete the task. So the focus of the Obama administration, from the very beginning, was to get the al Qaeda leader. click here to read more and to watch the video
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