Why does it matter whether or not Trump informed Nancy Pelosi about the Baghdadi assassination?
So why is it a big deal that Trump didn't tell any Democrats? Why would they need to know? What would they need to do that they could only do if they knew?
Now the question was changed (not by the OP) to
Do Democrats have a legal basis for being upset that Trump did not notify them about the Baghdadi assassination operation?
Is there any law or convention that states the Speaker of the House, or anyone else, has to be notified of such covert actions?
I think it's not a terribly good practice to edit the question to ask a substantially different question after the original one received two answers, even though the original question was pretty problematic (was closed as primarily opinion based; one of the votes was mine.) My suggestion would be to simply ask the legal question separately because something can be a [big] deal politically even with no legal (or even tradition) controversy behind it. (The transition from just "legal basis" in the new question title to "law or convention" in the body also makes the new question somewhat unclear.)
Thoughts on how to handle this question and similar post-answer(s) edits that substantially change the question?