The Taliban could largely retake Afghanistan within two or three years if American troops leave without the warring sides reaching a power-sharing deal, intelligence agencies have told US President Joe Biden.
The administration’s warm relationship with the Democratic Party’s liberal wing has been a surprise, particularly after a bitter primary where many liberals saw Biden as too close to Republicans and too timid to enact bold change.
The economy was recovering before a single stimulus dollar reached Americans’ bank accounts.
The president says he “can’t picture” troops remaining in Afghanistan in 2022 but signals the United States won’t honor Trump’s May 1 withdrawal plan.
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“There needs to be a decision,” said a senior officer. An ex-official said Biden is “dithering” and leaders want him to "tell us what we’re doing here.”
President Joe Biden appears ready to let lapse a May 1 deadline for completing a withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan