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    US President Donald Trump said that the rapid withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan would create a "vacuum" that would be filled by Daesh and al-Qaeda. The US troops will have more authority to target terrorists in the country.

    Can't Let You Go

    While Trump's speech sent social media abuzz, triggering an avalanche of caustic comments.

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