America's top commander in Afghanistan, Gen. John Nicholson, told NBC News Thursday that the war here remains in a "stalemate," but that President Donald Trump's new strategy has reversed a decline in the U.S. position."We are still in a stalemate," Nicholson, a four-star Army general said in an exclusive interview with NBC News. "We are only 90 days into this new policy, but with the U.S. forces that will be arriving, with the new authority that we have been given, put the pressure on external enablers, with the fact that we are condition based and not time based, we've set all the conditions to win." Uber Hid Hack That Exposed Data of 57M Users and Drivers His comments largely tracked with a more upbeat-sounding assessment Trump gave in a...
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‘Still in a Stalemate,' Says Top US Commander in Afghanistan