If President Trump Had Remained in White House Would’ve Faced Reality of Certain Taliban Conquest of Afghanistan


When it was nearly certain that Biden would be inaugurated president, after the rigged Nov. 3rd election, the Taliban feeling cocky violated the terms of president Trump’s demands of them, so Trump dropped the hammer, yet when Biden was inaugurated the Taliban became overtly aggressive again, continued up to today. So had president Trump remained in the White House, he would have faced the same dilemma which faced president Biden, and since Trump says he would have removed all the U. S. military equipment (leaving the Afghan military much weakened), he probably would’ve been convinced to keep a military base of maybe 3,000 troops and plenty of firepower to keep the Taliban at bay.