REPORT: Afghanistan war at a stalemate, top general tells lawmakers

BY TEAM DML / DECEMBER 4, 2018 /

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Fighting in Afghanistan is at a stalemate and the country would likely fall to the Taliban if the U.S. were to pull troops from the conflict now, the officer nominated to head U.S. forces in the Middle East told the Senate on Tuesday.

“I believe that the operational military situation is largely stalemated,” Marine Lt. Gen. Kenneth McKenzie told the Senate Armed Services Committee.

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McKenzie, speaking at his confirmation hearing to become the next head of U.S. Central Command, warned against withdrawing U.S. troops from the 17-year war as Afghan security forces are not yet able to defending their nation.

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1 Comment

  1. Steve December 4th, 2018 at 8:52 pm

    They will never be prepared to defend their country.Time to pull out and come home to defend our borders

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