U.S. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell gave an interview earlier today on the information coming out that the Bengali Islamic terrorist group had claimed responsibility for the bombing in a local market in Naypyidaw, Myanmar at approximately 10:00 p.m.
McConnell originally stated that he believed the U.S. government had a solid lead on the whereabouts of the Bengali Islamic terrorist group but later backtracked his statement.
“Several intelligence agencies do have a solid idea of where they might be located,” McConnell stated. “That information can’t be disclosed at this point for obvious reasons of National Security.”
McConnell stated that he “has the utmost confidence in the Intelligence Gathering Agency” finding the location of the Bengali Islamic terrorist.