US military doesn’t know why they are in Afghanistan or how they’re going to get out–Bilawal Bhutto

The US war strategy in Afghanistan has come in for more criticism – this time from the national security adviser in neighboring Pakistan, who’s urging his government to negotiate with the Taliban. We got some insight on this from the chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party. He’s also the son of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, and is widely tipped to be the country’s next leader. He told RT’s Sameera Khan that the US has lost its way in the conflict.

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