It would seem that despite the efforts of many within the government to attempt to sabotage anything that Donald Trump did during his time in office that people are willing to throw him a bone now and again.
It is rather insulting that they are going out of their way to treat someone who did so much for the country like this, ut here we are.
History will look on these past four years as a period of time in which the government and the country was saved from liberals running crazy trying to turn the nation into a socialist hellhole.
Who knows what the next four years are going to bring.
The Pentagon has finally made an announcement that favors President Trump, and conservatives are excited. Ending the endless wars has always been a position of the president, and it might finally be happening.
“Today, the United States is closer than ever to ending nearly two decades of war and welcoming in an Afghan-owned, Afghan-led peace process to achieve a political settlement and a permanent and comprehensive ceasefire,” the acting secretary of defense, Christopher Miller, said in a written statement.
Miller also noted that 2,500 troops is enough to continue the goals of countering extremist groups in Afghanistan and training Afghan government forces.
“Continued fulfillment of these two complementary missions seeks to ensure that Afghanistan is never again used to harbor those who seek to bring harm to the United States of America,” Miller said.
President Trump ordered the drawdown in troops in November of 2020. Keeping his promise, he made the announcement on January 14 that troop levels in Afghanistan had hit a 19-year low.
In February of 2020, the Trump administration struck a deal with the Taliban to reduce troop levels in phases, ultimately ending with zero by May of 2021.
According to Miller, the Pentagon is still planning for troop reductions to zero by May, adding that “any such future drawdowns remain conditions based.”
So far, it is unclear whether the Joe Biden administration will continue to reduce troop levels. As an establishment politician who has been in office for 47 years, Biden championed the war in Iraq, though he has flip-flopped on the issue of war several times throughout his tenure in government.