“A lot of people in this country just want the entire situation calmed down. They want the country to calm down. They want candidates to calm down. It would be tough to have the crowd last night calm down because they were really into it, unfortunately; but I think it’s important going forward —especially today as we talk about the events that occurred over the weekend—that we take the time and the thought to separate Donald Trump and, whatever you feel about Donald Trump, to separate him and how he behaves, and how he speaks, from the actions of the Delta Force team, the special operators, who flew in and conducted that mission. It’s two separate things, and the best of us, the best of who we are, and what we do around the world, and why so much of the world still relies on us, was in operation,” says Barnicle after this weekend saw President Trump receive “lock him up” chants at Game Five of the World Series and U.S. forces kill ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in a raid in Northwestern Syria.