This I would expect the Taliban to support as it removes a barrier which is stopping them gaining full control of Afghanistan.
They are saying it is ‘within the best interests’ of Afghanistan and the US.
Well, it is certainly within someones best interest, but is it, really the people of Afghanistan, or just the Taliban and their supporters, for many will not agree with Taliban principles, but will not have any means to counter them.
For the Taliban is far from a democratic organisation, unless you compare it with Trump and his administration.
In some respects it may be in the best interests of the US, especially, if the Biden administration continues with an America ‘First’ policy.
But, in reality would it be, for I do not see the Taliban being friends or even friendly with America, just the reverse. For it could well mean another avenue for terrorism both within and outwith America, when we all wish to see an end of all terrorism.
For America with a Biden administration, could well see internal terrorism from Trump supporting groups, especially with Trump uttering his corrosive comments through Twitter and other medias.
With time we shall see, but I feel the worst, after this 4 year term of the Trump administration.
The Trump supporters were militant before Trump lost the Presidential Election and now their hatred for anyone who does or did not support Trump sees no bounds.
This being at a time when the inactivity of Trump and his administration to deal with COVID-19 will cause it many problems to deal with.
A very troubling time ahead and with America in trouble will this be a boost for violent activities in many other parts of the World?
Source: (WASHINGTON) JUST IN: The Taliban has hailed the Trump administration’s decision to withdraw some 2,000 US troops from Afghanistan as a good step in helping bring about an end to bitter fighting in the country since US deployment there in 2001 #AceNewsDesk report | Ace News Services