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Trump says military working dog Conan, four-legged hero of Baghdadi raid, to visit White House next week

By: Diana Stancy Correll

Trump says military working dog Conan, four-legged hero of Baghdadi raid, to visit White House next week
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Conan, the Belgian Malinois military working dog who was injured in the raid that killed Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, will visit the White House next week.

According to President Donald Trump, Conan is departing the Middle East and will make his way to Washington next week, although no specific date has been set.

“Thank you Daily Wire. Very cute recreation, but the ‘live’ version of Conan will be leaving the Middle East for the White House sometime next week!” Trump tweeted early Thursday morning.

Trump’s tweet accompanied a photoshopped image of Conan receiving a Medal of Honor, the most prestigious award service members can receive in the U.S. military. The Daily Wire, a conservative website, created the doctored image.


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