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trump says no quick exit from afghanistan, but no 'blank check' either


declaring the u.s. will win "in the end," president donald trump vowed monday night to keep american troops fighting in afghanistan despite his earlier inclination to withdraw. but he insisted the u.s. would not offer "a blank check" after 16 years of war, and he pointedly declined to say whether...






trump recommits to afghan fight but says 'no blank check'


declaring the u.s. will win "in the end," president donald trump vowed monday night to keep american troops fighting in afghanistan despite his earlier inclination to withdraw. but he insisted the u.s. would not offer "a blank check" after 16 years of war, and he pointedly declined to say whether or when more troops might be sent.






trump renews afghan commitment but says “no blank check”


declaring the u.s. will win "in the end," president donald trump vowed monday night to keep american troops fighting in afghanistan despite his earlier inclination to withdraw. but he insisted the u.s. would not offer "a blank check" after 16 years of war, and he pointedly declined to say whether or when more troops might be sent.






today: trump’s marching orders in afghanistan


president trump has shifted to a more traditional foreign policy for the conflict in afghanistan, giving the green light to send additional troops but offering no “blank check.” here are the stories you shouldn’t miss today: top stories trump’s marching orders in afghanistan the nearly 17-year...






trump renews afghan commitment but says ‘no blank check’


president donald trump declared monday night the united states must continue fighting in afghanistan to avoid the "predictable and unacceptable" results of a rapid withdrawal from the country where the u.s. has been at war for 16 years.






trump commits us to fight on in afghanistan; no speedy exit


reversing his past calls for a speedy exit, president donald trump renewed the united states' commitment monday to the 16-year-old war in afghanistan, declaring that u.s. troops must "fight to win." he pointedly declined to disclose how many more troops might be sent to wage america's longest war.






trump commits us to fight on in afghanistan; no speedy exit


reversing his past calls for a speedy exit, president donald trump recommitted the united states to the 16-year-old war in afghanistan monday night, declaring u.s. troops must "fight to win." he pointedly declined to disclose how many more troops will be dispatched to wage america's longest war.






afghanistan vets reassured by trump reversing calls for exit


providence, r.i. (ap) — many veterans who have fought in america’s longest war say it’s reassuring that president donald trump reversed his past calls for a speedy exit from afghanistan because they don’t want the sacrifices they’ve made to be in vain. trump recommitted the u.s. to the 16-year-old war in a national address monday. […]






trump vows continued fight in afghanistan; reversing stance


reversing his past calls for a speedy exit, president donald trump recommitted the united states to the 16-year-old war in afghanistan, declaring u.s. troops must "fight to win."






trump vows continued fight in afghanistan; reversing stance


reversing his past calls for a speedy exit, president donald trump recommitted the united states to the 16-year-old war in afghanistan, declaring u.s. troops must "fight to win." he pointedly declined to disclose how many more troops will be dispatched to wage america's longest war.






trump vows continued fight in afghanistan; reversing stance


washington (ap) — reversing his past calls for a speedy exit, president donald trump recommitted the united states to the 16-year-old war in afghanistan, declaring u.s. troops must “fight to win.” he pointedly declined to disclose how many more troops will be dispatched to wage america’s longest war. in a prime-time address to unveil his […]






how does sending a few thousand more troops to afghanistan make americans safer?


to the editor: would someone please explain to me what it is we are fighting for in afghanistan? is it oil? minerals? surely it cannot be to defend the free world. it cannot be to advance democracy. (“trump’s ‘new’ afghanistan policy is more of the same,” editorial, aug. 22)there must be some rational...






the conflict in afghanistan is trump's war now


with president trump’s monday night speech, prospects for ending the afghanistan war anytime soon have vanished. whether that bodes well for u.s. national security is another matter. nearly 16 years after u.s. forces first entered afghanistan, there they remain. success, narrowly defined as creating...






trump, who once backed withdrawal from afghanistan, will try to sell the nation


president trump, who as a private citizen blamed “stupid leaders” for prolonging the war in afghanistan, faces the tough prospect of selling americans on the need for deeper involvement there during a prime-time speech monday night. committing thousands more troops to the nation’s longest war presents...






critical turkish newspaper publishes blank issue in protest


a turkish opposition paper has published a "may 19 press freedom special edition," left blank in protest of detentions of some staff members. saturday's edition of the sozcu newspaper carried empty columns with writers' names and also left the weather blank.






there is no war in afghanistan


in announcing last week that more u.s. forces were headed to afghanistan, president donald trump remarked that "the american people are weary of war without victory." he's right about the weariness. but that very weariness is encouraged by the widespread belief that afghanistan is the kind of war...






trump oks sending 4,000 more troops to afghanistan: fox news


president donald trump has signed off on sending 4,000 more troops to afghanistan, fox news reported on monday, citing a senior u.s. official. the report comes before trump addresses the nation on his strategy for afghanistan at 9:00 p.m. edt monday (0100 gmt on tuesday). (reporting by eric walsh; e...






trump will address path on afghanistan in monday evening speech


camp morehead, afghanistan (ap) — signaling that the u.s. military expects its mission to continue, the top u.s. commander in afghanistan on sunday hailed the launch of the afghan army's new special operations corps, declaring that "we are with you and we will stay with you."






today: afghanistan is now trump’s war


president trump is back in washington, looking to unveil his administration’s strategy in afghanistan and south asia as he faces isolation at home. i'm davan maharaj, editor-in-chief of the los angeles times. here are some story lines i don't want you to miss today. top stories afghanistan is now...






the mistakes trump should not repeat in afghanistan


trump administration should revise key umptions about washington's approach to afghanistan.






trump on afghanistan: we’re not leaving yet


while trump may have changed his position vis-à-vis troop deployment to afghanistan, he’s staying true to many of the foreign policy principles he espoused during his campaign.






drawn to the news: trump’s afghanistan strategy


president donald trump announced this week that he has changed his mind about pulling out of afghanistan and renewed the u.s. commitment to the 16-year-old war there.






trump's 'new' afghanistan policy is more of the same


candidate donald trump once called u.s. military involvement in afghanistan a "total disaster." now president, trump told the nation on monday that, after studying the issue, he had reconsidered his original instinct to pull u.s. forces out of that country.administration officials say he has approved...






tillerson totally undercut trump's rhetoric on afghanistan


president donald trump assured us monday night - repeatedly - that the united states will win the war in afghanistan. but his secretary of state would apparently like to set the bar considerably lower than that. in a classic case of trump's big talk running into stubborn realities — almost immediately...






against his instincts, trump makes afghanistan war his own


in a speech to the nation monday night, president trump committed to keeping american troops fighting in afghanistan for an indefinite time to come, thereby abandoning one of his longest-held political positions.as a private citizen and as a presidential candidate, trump repeatedly said it was...






quick exit from big ten tournament gave gophers chance to rest


the fourth-seeded gophers have not had an idle weekend since the first week of january.






soldier welcomes afghan translator to us with bear hug


a soldier welcomed his afghan interpreter to the united states on wednesday after buying him a plane ticket to ensure his quick arrival amid concerns the trump administration might try to expand its travel ban to afghanistan.






‘chest-thumping, robotic appeal to bloodlust’: olbermann blasts trump’s latest h


in the opening lines to monday night’s installment of “the resistance,” keith olbermann said what we’ve all been thinking watching the president announce his plans for his new afghanistan policy. “afghanistan, trump? seriously?” president donald trump’s R...






trump outlines new u.s. strategy in afghanistan


president spoke from fort myer, va., about the path forward for the u.s. in afghanistan






top u.s. commander says first new forces will arrive in afghanistan soon


president trump has outlined a plan for afghanistan​ that would eliminate arbitrary timetables






trump’s afghanistan plan upends his campaign promises against perpetual war


president trump’s afghanistan plan is, above all, a pledge to double down on the bipartisan failures of the last decade and half, making changes only for the worse.






can trump succeed in ending the war in afghanistan?


in announcement on new strategy, us president accuses pakistan of harbouring 'terrorists' operating in afghanistan.






trump outlines new u.s. strategy in afghanistan


commander-in-chief spoke from fort myer, virginia, about the path forward for the u.s. in afghanistan






there is no 'winning' military strategy in afghanistan


when president trump announced his decision to send more u.s. troops to afghanistan this week, he described it as a bold new strategy to achieve victory in the 16-year-old war. “in the end, we will win,” he promised. “we will always win.” but there wasn’t much that was new about the ideas trump...






the latest: mccain praises trump's afghanistan plan


the latest on president donald trump and u.s. policy in afghanistan (all times edt):