Trump About To Deport Assassin Living In U.S. That Other Presidents Ignored For Decades (Report)

President Donald Trump has already established a solid track record of doing things that other president’s talked about doing but never did. A lot of presidents wanted to get back the remains of American soldiers killed in Korea but Trump was the first to do it. A lot of presidents have talked about getting NATO to pay its fair share but Trump actually did it. The list goes on and on and it’s a list we might be adding another entry to soon.

There’s been an assassin living in the United States since 1996 and reports are suggesting Trump is finally going to get him out of here.

From The Daily Caller:

President Donald Trump appears likely to deport a Bangladeshi military officer who was part of a notorious assassination team that murdered the country’s revered founder and nearly his entire family in 1975, Bangladeshi officials have told The Daily Caller News Foundation.

Major AM Rashed Chowdhury was part of an assassination team that carried out a brutal, early dawn raid on Aug. 15, 1975, on President Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s residence.

The major, along with the other assailants, were convicted in abstentia in 1998 — 23 years after the assassination. The conviction was upheld by the Bangladesh Supreme Court in 2009 and 12 officers were condemned to death. Six of the killers were executed a year later, but the others, including Chowdhury, remained fugitives overseas.

Chowdhury has been living in the United States since 1996 and applied for asylum. International law enforcement informed the U.S. government it was housing a political assassin in 2009.

There’s a lot more information about what’s been going on with this guy in the Daily Caller article but the basic idea is that Trump looks like he’s going to do something that should have been done a long time ago. That’s a pretty good summary of why he was elected. Enough of the lip service from politicians. Let’s start getting things done.