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    Taliban Claims America ‘Defeated’ in Afghanistan

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 6:14 pm

    This is what our weak, cowardly President has brought us. Defeat. In two wars that we were once winning in Iraq and Afghanistan, he has snatched defeat from the jaws of victory and left us looking like losers in the eyes of the world. The Taliban is already moving back into areas of Afghanistan that our troops had cleared of their presence before the draw down and evacuation. It won’t be long before the Taliban rules Afghanistan again and Isis joins them to plot attacks on America and Israel. We have 2 more years of this jerk to endure. It’s scary to think what the world will look like when he finally leaves office, and how many attacks on the homeland we’ll have had to endure.

    Reuters is reporting that:

    Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan on Monday declared the “defeat” of the U.S. and its allies in the 13-year-old war, a day after the coalition officially marked the end of its combat mission.

    Meanwhile, as the AP reports:

    Thousands of Afghans are pouring into makeshift camps in the capital where they face a harsh winter as the Taliban return to areas once cleared by foreign forces, who this week are marking the end of their combat mission.

    And, as Heath Druzin of Stars and Stripes reports, some U.S. troops will remain in Afghanistan in what their commander describes as:

    “… a non-combat mission in a combat environment.”

    This is what happens when you set an arbitrary date to tuck tail and run, and don’t listen to your generals.

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