Breitbart News Washington Political Editor Matt Boyle said President Donald Trump is delivering on promises to end the Afghanistan War, whereas former President Barack Obama and former Vice President Joe Biden failed, offering his remarks on Monday’s edition of the
DOHA, Qatar — U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Breitbart News exclusively that the process is moving along on pace for a full withdrawal of all U.S. forces from Afghanistan by the spring of 2021.
Pompeo told reporters on the way to Doha, Qatar, that the United States is committed to ending the war in Afghanistan once and for all and eventually reducing American forces on the ground there to zero.
Rep. Liz Cheney co-sponsored an amendment with Rep. Jason Crow to restrict Donald Trump’s ability to withdraw troops from Afghanistan.
The deal is far from done, but it appears that the U.S. is on the edge of reaching an honorable deal to get out of Afghanistan.
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The Afghanistan military is getting more than three times the American taxpayer funding than the construction of a wall on the United States-Mexico border, thanks to a Republican-Democrat spending package.
Buttigieg ignored a question from Breitbart News over whether he still supported pulling out U.S. troops in Afghanistan within a year.
A rocket attack was launched in central Kabul near the U.S. embassy in Afghanistan on Wednesday, the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 attack. It was the first major terrorist attack in Kabul since President Donald Trump announced that negotiations with the Taliban are “dead.”
Mayor Pete Buttigieg does not appear to have engaged in combat during his six months deployed in Afghanistan, despite months of ignoring multiple media requests about the issue, including from Breitbart News.
U.S. President Donald Trump stressed this week that there would be no complete withdrawal of American forces from Afghanistan, saying the United States would “always” have to keep an eye on the Taliban.