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Liz Cheney knocks Rand Paul for Syria tweet in the midst of al-Baghdadi raid

close tovideo operation to kill Al-Baghdadi came as the Pentagon sends troops to Syria to protect the oil fields from ISIS control

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House GOP presenter Liz Cheney, R-Wyoming., in a new Twitter war Sunday with sen Rand Paul, R-Ky., about U.S. military policy abroad, in the midst of death, the Islamic state’s terrorist leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Paul had tweeted Saturday night: “If you want to stop you to leave the endless wars, the you have actually. The US-guard oil in Syria, only to prolong the war, and the Kurds are in conflict with [Syrian President Bashar al-Assad]. Mr President: not to hear, Lindsey Graham and Chuck Schumer and others, for so long the wrong way,” refers to the long-standing senators.

The same evening a large-scale U.S. Special Operations forces RAID occurred on a compound in the Northern Syrian province of Idlib, where the terrorist leader thought to be hiding.

Cheney has a tweet on Sunday night in response to Paul’s: “last night, while @Rand Paul advocated withdrawal of our troops, these troops were employed to kill in a daring raid, the ISIS leader. His policy would have gone to behead the terrorist al-Baghdadi alive, Americans more. We should be proud to give up on our troops and never have.”

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Paul, a noninterventionist who has fiercely criticized, to respond to the role of her father, the former Vice-President Dick Cheney, in a war in Iraq, immediately.

Last month, Cheney and Paul engaged in a Twitter war after the former National security adviser John Bolton’s resignation hawks to tensions between the perceived isolationists and war in the Republican party.

House GOP presenter Liz Cheney, R-Wyoming., in a new Twitter war with Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., in the midst of the death of Islamic state leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. (Getty, File)

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In an address to the nation on Sunday, President Trump said, the planning for the RAID on al-Baghdadi’s connection began two weeks ago, when the United States won non-specific intelligence on al-Baghdadi’s whereabouts.

The RAID on al-Baghdadi compound has a relatively large attack by US forces reported eight military helicopters landing in Barisha area to the North of Idlib city near the Turkish border.

Fox News’ Ben Florance contributed to this report.

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