Biden’s NSA Jake Sullivan Refuses To Call The Taliban “An Enemy Of The U.S.”

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No surprise here. After all, we just richly funded and stocked their military. And as far back as 2011, Old Joe Biden said, “Look, the Taliban per se is not our enemy.” The United States doesn’t have enemies. It is the police force and ATM for the world. The only problem with this scenario is that there are numerous entities around the world that consider themselves to be enemies of the United States.

“Biden’s national security adviser Jake Sullivan refuses to call the Taliban the enemy and says ‘it’s hard to put a label on it,’” by Katelyn Caralle, DailyMail.com, September 1, 2021:

Jake Sullivan wouldn’t classify the Taliban as an enemy of the U.S. – or really put them under any classification – during a Tuesday interview upon the president declaring an end to the 20-year war in Afghanistan.

‘What is the Taliban? Are they now our frenemy, are they our adversary, are they our enemy? Are they our – what are they?’ MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace asked Sullivan.

‘Well, it’s hard to put a label on it,’ Biden’s national security adviser responded.

He added: ‘In part because we have yet to see what they are going to be now that they’re in control – physical control of Afghanistan.’

Taliban chiefs reportedly ordered their fighters to hunt down pilots from the disbanded Afghan Air Force who received U.S. training to fly the high-tech warplanes and choppers left behind….

 

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