The ongoing U.S. military presence in Afghanistan has become a sore point in American international and domestic affairs. At home, it was a major political promise for Donald Trump to pull the U.S. out of what have been called its “forever wars” in the Middle East. Four years, several peace talks, and large troop removals later, the U.S. has the lowest number of troops in Afghanistan it’s had in 20 years, but has still not completely pulled out of the country. To stay is now a major question facing the Biden Administration. Joining us to discuss the forever war and the unique role of the media in this conflict is Jessica Donati.
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