Douglas London, a 34-year veteran of the CIA, warned that Trump is primarily focused on "celebrity" and "headlines."
The Islamic State West Africa Province killed 11 hostages and released footage of the executions on December 26.
"We have concluded that the real intention of ISIS is to begin a mission they're calling 'break down the fences,'" Iraq's Lieutenant General Saad al-Allaq said.
Mike Ritland had been invited on Fox News to discuss the heroic dog who helped U.S. troops take out ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
"Our military has never been stronger or more capable than it is now," the first lady said during her visit to Charleston, South Carolina.
The unnamed informant's family reportedly suffered under Islamic State rule prompting him to seek revenge, General Mazloum Abdi said.
Trump tweeted a photoshopped picture of the army dog with a paw-shaped medal when he announced the news on Thursday.
One day after a military dog attached to the U.S. Army's Delta Force detachment had his photo and identity revealed, his image appeared on merchandise for purchase.
The blunder caused many to mock the former mayor, although some were angered by the mistake too.
The White House counselor has used visual aids to make her point on more than one occasion.
During Tucker Carlson's show, Piers Morgan had a lot to say about "illiberal Americans" and how they should treat President Trump.
A Kurdish source who reportedly acted as one of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's security advisers gave DNA samples to U.S. forces prior to the raid that led to al-Baghdadi's death.
Trump announced on Sunday that ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed during a U.S. military operation in Syria.
"Both operations were very significant setbacks," for Al-Qaeda and ISIS, Michael Morell said.
Yazidi activist Nadia Murad took to Twitter to call for captured ISIS fighters to be brought to justice following reports that the terror group's leader is dead.
"They're managing currently to conduct global operations without owning a shred of territory," retired four-star Admiral James Stavridis said
Trump claimed that Baghdadi was "whimpering, crying and screaming" as U.S. special forces closed in on his hiding place on Saturday.
The Washington Post changed its headline three times having come under fire for the obituary's wording.
Newsweek has learned that Abdullah Qardash has been designated as the successor to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who died during a U.S. raid Saturday.
"Does the president not trust the Speaker of the House with sensitive national security information?" Chris Wallace asked.
"Al Baghdadi spread 'fire and brimstone' on earth; now he feels it for himself in hell," GOP Senator Mitt Romney tweeted.
President Trump discussed the cornering and killing of longtime ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi Sunday morning, describing in great detail the "whimpering and crying" the terrorist did in his final moments before committing suicide.
"We've set the conditions for ISIS 2.0 ... and we're repeating the mistakes of the Obama administration, which pulled out of Iraq too soon and led to all of this in the first place, except we won't have any local allies to fight them again," Michael Waltz said.
Thousands of ISIS fighters are being held by Kurdish-led forces in northeastern Syria, but the Turkish assault threatens the security of the detention centers there.
Some militants are still fighting while others are "hiding out in sympathetic communities and urban areas," according to a new U.N. report.