Fox & Friends celebrates anniversary of Osama Bin Laden's death without once mentioning President Obama's name
Condoleezza Rice speaks to Fox News (screen grab)

Fox & Friends on Tuesday celebrated the anniversary of the death of Osama bin Laden but did not mention the name of the President Barack Obama, who ordered the operation that led to his killing.

During Tuesday's program, Fox & Friends aired a montage of clips from the day that the leader of Al Qaeda was shot to death. And although the montage included a brief clip of Obama speaking, the president's name was never uttered on the network.

Instead, Fox & Friends spoke to Navy SEAL Rob O'Neil, who has taken credit for shooting the terrorist leader, and to former National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice, who served during the Bush administration.

"Seven years today, Navy SEALs raided the compound of Osama bin Laden and killed him in an operation that took under an hour," Fox News host Steve Doocy said to kick off his interview with O'Neil.

Following O'Neil's interview, the co-hosts of Fox & Friends spoke to Rice.

"That montage was thrilling," Rice said. "That moment about Osama bin Laden -- I was the national security adviser on September 11th [2001] and I just want to say on this anniversary of his death, thank you, thank you, thank you to the men and women who protected us for all of those years and especially to those brave people who got him."

Watch the video clips below.