After nearly two decades in Afghanistan, it’s time to recognize that we have accomplished all that we can militarily, and bring our remaining troops home. I support @POTUS’s bold leadership in building our nation at home and restoring our standing around the world. pic.twitter.com/BrDzASXD3G
just in: Vice President of think tank funded by Raytheon, Northrop Grumman, Chevron, Lockheed Martin, Saudi Arabia, BAE Systems and Exxon Mobil doesn’t want to withdraw from Afghanistan, is Very Concerned with human rights https://t.co/T6EhQTl7a5
I was deployed twice to Afghanistan in the Kandahar province. I want to express my gratitude for @POTUS@POTUS for following through with his promise of bringing our troops home. (Afghanistan 2006-2007) pic.twitter.com/fdGPx0ce2x
I am immeasurably grateful for the bravery that members of our Armed Forces have shown through nearly two decades of combat and deployments in Afghanistan. They have never backed down. They have never wavered in their resolve. And they have paid a tremendous price on our behalf. pic.twitter.com/nbUEir0Wil
In addition to delivering remarks tomorrow, @POTUS will visit Section 60 of Arlington National Cemetery tomorrow to pay his respects to the brave men and women who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in Afghanistan.
I fully support @POTUS' decision to withdraw all US forces from Afghanistan by September 11, 2021. Our troops have accomplished the mission they were sent to Afghanistan to accomplish. And they have much for which to be proud. pic.twitter.com/zxRlSlWG5R