CNN: U.S. Bombers Strike ISIS Camps in Libya in Obama’s Likely Final Military Action

‘In the final hours of the Obama presidency this may now well be the final military action personally authorized by President Obama’

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CAMEROTA: "Breaking news for you right now. U.S. bombers have struck ISIS camps in southern Libya overnight. These airstrikes happening in the final hours of President Obama's time in office. This is a story you'll see first on CNN. We want to get to CNN Pentagon correspondent Barbara Starr. She has all of the breaking details. What have you learned, Barbara?"
STARR: "Good morning, Alisyn. In the final hours of the Obama presidency this may now well be the final military action personally authorized by President Obama. U.S. B-2 bombers striking in southern Libya overnight against some ISIS camps in the desert that the U.S. had been watching for several weeks. Fighters fleeing from the coastal city of Sirte, where the U.S. had bombed previously, south into the desert."

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