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Senior Partner and former Under Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Asa Hutchinson recently sat down to talk to CNBC about the implications and concerns of bin Laden’s death.

“[Al Qaeda’s] capability has been diminished…the benefits from this will come over the next year,” Hutchinson said. He said limiting recruitment for the terrorist organization is one benefit, but also cautioned the U.S. to be on heightened alert for terrorist attacks in the next few months.

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US Deals a Blow to Al Qaeda Recruitment: Hutchinson