As the United States begins another troop draw-down in the wake of Trump-brokered peace deal between the Afghan government and the Taliban, will America’s longest war finally come to an end? Right Angle with Stephen Green, Bill Whittle, and Scott Ott, is a production of our Members who enjoy backstage content, and a private blog […]
President Trump publicly dumps ‘secret’ Camp David talks with the Taliban and the Afghan government aimed at a peace deal. He said the deal is dead. Are U.S. troops stuck forever in Afghanistan? Is that the price we pay to avoid another 9/11-style terror attack? Have we achieved our objectives? Where does the Commander in Chief go from here when he has declared he wants to pull out of the long-running U.S. “police” action.
Former Trump National Security Advisor Lt. Gen H.R. McMaster says America’s Afghanistan “war weariness” narrative is factually wrong, short-sighted and dangerous to our national security and that of our allies. He defends “the long war” as an “insurance policy” against a caliphate.
Politico notes that President Donald Trump’s strategy when Democrats attack, via numerous document demands and investigations, Trump gets attackier — refusing to turn over docs, and counter attacking with a vengeance. But doesn’t that just make him look guilty?