Is Donald Trump aiming for victory in Afghanistan - or permanent military occupation?
Last week Donald Trump announced what he said was a major shift in US policy towards Afghanistan.
His plan is short on details, but it will almost certainly involve sending thousands more American troops to fight in an occupation that is now well into its 16th year.
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Is Donald Trump pushing us closer to victory in Afghanistan or permanent military occupation?
As Donald Trump prepares for a major escalation of the war - will we ever leave Afghanistan?
In a big nationally televised speech this week, Donald Trump called for an escalation of the War in Afghanistan - already America's longest war by far.
Donald Trump has said for years that we should get out of Afghanistan.
The campaign version of Donald Trump railed against our endless "stupid wars".
So why is the presidential version of Donald Trump about to send thousands of additional troops to expand the occupation of that war torn country?
Was Trump ever serious about non-interventionism?