Biden: Afghanistan Troop Withdrawal #1315875
CBS Special for Wednesday, Apr 14, 2021
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President Biden's remarks on the timetable for the withdrawal of the remaining US troops from Afghanistan starting on May 1 and completed on September 11, the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attack, in order to end "America's longest war." He opened with a review of US policy in Afghanistan under four presidents with a total of 2,488 Americans killed and stated the Taliban will still be held accountable and diplomacy will be reviewed but the aim now is to end this "forever war." Brief commentary followed from the networks.
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