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AFGHANISTAN: More than One Administration Is To Blame, Retired Officer Says

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The failings in Afghanistan can’t be blamed on a single administration, but rather all of them since President George W. Bush, according to a retired Army officer.  

“What’s happening in Afghanistan was inevitable,” said Retired Army Col. Brey Sloan, who spent a year in Afghanista...

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  1. The main problem is not the withdrawal from Afgan but the procedure of the withdrawal by the Biden admin…it should have been done before May 31 when the Taliban was basically dormant and should have been done gradually and as quietly as possible without all the fan fare that we have seen…..eg civilians swarming to the airport. The Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff should be terminated immediately as well as the CIA leaders. These president’s men botched the withdrawal and all American weapons should have been destroyed not left to the enemy,

    Also curious Sloan, can women play golf in Burkas?

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