The first military raid authorized by Trump was such a disaster, the country in which the raid took place has told us to get out.
According to officials who spoke off the record to the New York Times, Yemen has withdraw permission to encroach on their territory.
Grisly photographs of children apparently killed in the crossfire of a 50-minute firefight during the raid caused outrage in Yemen. A member of the Navy’s SEAL Team 6, Chief Petty Officer William Owens, was also killed in the operation. [...]
It was unclear if Yemen’s decision to halt the ground attacks was also influenced by Mr. Trump’s inclusion of the country on his list of nations from which he wants to temporarily suspend all immigration, an executive order that is now being challenged in the federal courts.
While ground insertions will no longer be permitted, American drones will still be allowed to conduct missions over Yemen.
The Trump regime continues to insist the operation was a success, but we now know the raid missed one of its primary targets. Senator John McCain also described the operation as a "failure" after a classified briefing on the operation offered to members of Congress yesterday.
There appears to be a big gap between what really happened and what the White House says happened. There even seems to be a gap between what military officials say and what the White House says. The former seems more credible to me because there's still accountability in the ranks of the military even if there's no accountability in the White House.