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    No Trump Card in Afghanistan

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    US President Donald Trump made a speech about his policy regarding the US War in Afghanistan, which will turn 16 years old this October - the longest running war in US history.

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    Trump's speech was maligned on several sides. His base objected to his announcement of an indefinite conflict until US objectives were met (as he had run on a platform of not involving the US in pointless wars), while establishment Republicans were more positive, but disliked how it took seven months for Trump to announce a key policy that was only marginally different from his predecessors.

    Liberals hated the speech too, but you don't need us to tell you that.


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