President Trump is taking a hardline stance on the Taliban despite progress in peace talks after a series of terror attacks across Afghanistan. One America's Kristian Rouz has the latest.
President Trump said that the Taliban peace talks are "dead." This comes in the wake of Trump's decision to cancel a meeting with Taliban leaders and Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani to try to solidify a peace deal to end the 18-year-long war. What will it take to end America's longest war? The US and Taliban have been holding peace talks to end the 18-year-long Afghanistan conflict.
But with the Afghan government shut out of the negotiations, can they strike a deal? President Trump canceled peace talks with Taliban leaders after a bomb attack in Kabul killed a U.S. service member. Here's the latest on the situation. President Trump on Sept. 9 said that peace talks with the Taliban were "dead" after the militants claimed credit for a car bombing that killed 12, including an American, in Afghanistan.