Trump wants Pakistan to help pull the US out of Afghanistan
Trump wants Pakistan to help pull the US out of Afghanistan. I think Pakistan is going to help us out to extricate ourselves. Trump said with Khan sitting next to him at the start of a White House meeting.
Trump wants Pakistan to help pull the US out of Afghanistan in interview
WASHINGTON (AP) – President Donald Trump said Monday he could win the war in Afghanistan in a week. But he does not want to kill millions of people and erase Afghanistan “from the face of the earth.
He is trying to persuade Pakistan to help reach an agreement with the Taliban that would put an end to the longest war in the United States.
I could win this war in a week,” but “I do not want to kill millions of people,” Trump said
Afghanistan occupies a prominent place on Trump’s agenda when meeting with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan. Your irritable relationship may be improving. Trump says Pakistan can use its influence with the Taliban to help the United States “leave” Afghanistan.
Pakistan, which is suffering financially, wants to re-establish relations with the United States in the hope of obtaining more investment and trade and, eventually, to restore US aid that Trump has interrupted.
Khan said he never thought there was a military solution to the war. He said he believes in the United States UU. And the Taliban are closer than ever to a peace agreement.
Trump and Khan, a former sports star, are unpredictable and their relationship has been difficult. Monday’s visit was aimed at easing tensions and resolving the complex issues facing both countries.
In recent years, relations between the United States and Pakistan has looked like a yo-yo. They reached the bottom of former President Barack Obama when the United States raided the complex of al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden in Pakistan without informing Islamabad.
The relationship did not improve when Trump took office.
and one more thing November 2018, Trump tweeted We are no longer paying the billions of Pakistan. Because they would take our money without doing anything for us, bin Laden is a good example and Afghanistan is another
This statement made a splash in Islamabad.
Khan, the former captain of the Pakistani cricket team who took office last fall, answered the call.
He tweeted that Pakistan had made 75,000 victims and 123 billion dollars during the “US war on terror. while no Pakistanis were involved in the 9/11 attacks. He says USA UU. They provided only a small help of $ 20 billion.