It also sets up a big contrast between President Trump and Joe Biden. Even though Barack Obama promised twice and failed to deliver in 2008 and in 2012 that he would end the war in Afghanistan, he never did that. He actually surged troops. He kept sending more of our boys and girls over there to give their lives, their blood, and our treasure to this war that has lasted 19 years, now. President Trump promised it in 2016. He’s actually delivering on it.
Joe Biden, as we were on our way over there, came out and said that he wants to keep 2000 troops in Afghanistan in perpetuity. So again, if you want war — endless war — and more American lives to be lost and more of our money wasted over in Afghanistan, then vote for Joe Biden. If you want to end the war, if you want to put America first, then President Trump’s your guy.
“These talks signify that the United States is on track for a full withdrawal of U.S. Troops from Afghanistan by April or May on 2021,” reiterated Boyle.
Boyle highlighted Trump’s recalibration of foreign policy towards the Middle East relative to his predecessor, specifically Trump’s and Obama’s divergent views on Iran.
Boyle concluded, “The Trump administration’s vision of actually focusing on the fact that Iran is the leading — the Islamic Republic of Iran — is the leading cause of chaos and instability in the region, which is a very different focus than Barack Obama and Joe Biden, who sent them pallets of cash through the JCPOA , one of the weakest agreements in history that — thank God — President Trump pulled us out of. [Trump’s] approach to Iran has laid the groundwork for all of this at that’s happening in the Middle East and there are bright days ahead assuming President Trump gets four more years.”