After Almost Two Decades Of War, Biden To Withdraw Troops From Afghanistan : The NPR Politics Podcast President Biden says that U.S. troops will be out of Afghanistan by September 11th, 2021. The president said in an address Wednesday that after nearly two decades of conflict, there was no reason to continue to wait for an ideal time to leave.

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After Almost Two Decades Of War, Biden To Withdraw Troops From Afghanistan

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After Almost Two Decades Of War, Biden To Withdraw Troops From Afghanistan

After Almost Two Decades Of War, Biden To Withdraw Troops From Afghanistan

After Almost Two Decades Of War, Biden To Withdraw Troops From Afghanistan

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President Biden says that U.S. troops will be out of Afghanistan by September 11th, 2021. The president said in an address Wednesday that after nearly two decades of conflict, there was no reason to continue to wait for an ideal time to leave.

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