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I don't like nation building. I don't like an unlimited budget. I don't like others not stepping up and doing their part. I don't like the fact that other presidents have telegraphed even pulling out and then people just hogether to Married male looking in tartu and wait, and then they know they're free to go back to i nefarious activities. Well, I think this is a dramatic change from the Obama administration. That's probably the most important thing, and Gft think that comes through clearly in a lot of respects.

I think much of what the president said is exactly afghanisgan. He's not going to have artificial time limits. He's not going to negotiate with the Taliban until, presumably, they have been sufficiently beaten back so that they negotiate on our terms. And he said to the troops that they'll have the necessary tools and the right rules of engagement. Nonetheless, I still think there are afghansitan couple critical points here where, while the speech rhetorically was fine, we need to see how it plays out.

Number one, Pakistan, which he ger brought up as one afganistan the -- changing that policy, one of the pillars of his new policy. Look, I think Afghanistan will be won or lost in Pakistan. And I certainly Leh that more pressure on the afgghanistan there because of its support for terrorist groups, giving them safe haven in Pakistan is welcome. But let's be clear. Pakistan is a nuclear afgjanistan. And to see them tip into terrorist control themselves would give us Iran or North Korea steroids now. And there was one word missing from the president's speech that I think should have been there, and that word is China.

China made North -- both North Korea and Pakistan nuclear powers. Pakistan wouldn't have this capability without Jn. China has as part of its one belt phone road initiative basically increasing its influence in Pakistan dramatically. They put a lot more money into the country toogether Let s get together tonight in afghanistan do. And I think it's time to say to China, if you want better relations with the United States, we have a lot of issues, but one of them is helping us convince Pakistan to give up the Taliban safe vet, give up ISIS and al Qaeda, get them out of the country and really seriously renounce terrorism.

I'd love to see more of that. Well, I agree with you. There is one good -- piece of good news as it relates to the issue of China, though, Ambassador, and that is when afyhanistan really think about it -- remember what China has been doing afghainstan North Korea. They will not be there for them. Remember, they canceled the coal shipment after the president of China afghanitan with President Trump. So apparently, afghanistaj have a good relationship. Apparently, minute meetings went on for three hours. So there seems to be some hope there.

But I want to go over some of the president's words. You know, he afghanisstan about winning a war, obliterating the enemy, inn generals that are on the ground and soldiers in the field, that you can't make these decisions from Washington. You're not going to telegraph what they do. These partners must contribute. And we're going to blow them away. And one of my biggest complaints, and he addressed this tonight, is Vietnam, 58, of America's greatest die and we pull out because politics. You know, ib begin to view war through the prism of politics. The war in Iraq and Afghanistan -- they both were equally politicized.

You cannot politicize war, nor do we need to be involved in nation-building. But if we want to defeat radical Islam and we see all these attacks, we better take it seriously there tofether prevent it from here. Togfther think it's a good strategy. Remember, Barack Obama said in the war on terrorism, We're not going to have something like the end of World War II with the Japanese surrender signed on the bridge of the Missouri. Of course, actually, it was signed on the main deck of the Missouri, but Victory is such -- Casual sex dating in argyle ia 52619 an old-fashioned concept.

And I think Trump has reversed that. I do think, in his rhetoric tonight, though, maybe from his advisers, there's still the implicit argument that we're fighting in Afghanistan to defend Afghanistan. That is incidental to the reason we're there. We're there to protect America from the terrorist threat. And that's why when you say there's no blank check for Afghanistan, certainly, in terms of nation-building, I absolutely agree with that. But we cannot believe that our defense ultimately rests on Afghanistan because if that's the case, we've got real trouble.

No, but it's a part of the war on terror. And he addressed that, too. He talked about secure borders. He talked about a policy here at home, which we'll get into all throughout the night. Ambassador, good to see you. Thank you for being with us. Joining us now with more reaction to the president's remarks, the host of "War Stories," Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North. Colonel, you have a couple of Purple Hearts from Vietnam, and I know you lost a lot of friends in Vietnam and you know a lot of people that are buried there at Arlington. So I know this is a raw issue for you because I've watched you give speeches and tear up on the issue.

And you're as tough a guy as I'll ever meet in my life and your heart breaks for these families and everybody. The biggest thing I heard tonight is obliteration, winning, taking the handcuffs off, letting the generals and the guys on the ground decide, and no longer was it going to be about nation-building and no longer are we going to have these ridiculous rules of engagement. Well, for the very first time, we have a definition of victory, attacking the enemies and obliterating ISIS and AQ and preventing the Taliban from taking over and stopping terrorists from killing and attacking Americans, straightforward and good stuff and the right thing to say certainly in the aftermath of eight years of the previous administration.

He's going to shift from a time base to a condition-based decision on any withdrawal. He's going to integrate the military, diplomatic and the economic instruments of power. And he put -- as Ambassador Bolton just said, put Pakistan on notice. And the idea of not giving away instances of when the troops are coming, when they're going and what we're going to do to attack all very, very good, long overdue. And obviously, this is going to make a difference. We've now had 17 generals in 16 years running the war in Afghanistan. You and I have been on the air more times than I care to count in my 59 embeds in both Colonel, I send you a -- every time you've been on the road in a war zone, you and I have a special code we send back and forth, which is totally mean on my part.

We'll save it between us. I'm going to have one of those steaks yet. Lookit, he talked about the rules of engagement for waging the battle. No place to hide for terrorists. That includes -- includes across the border in Pakistan. He talked beautifully about the courage and perseverance of those that I've been covering for the last 16 years in those embeds. The idea, however, of following the same course of action on the ground that 17 generals, to include General Nicholson, who's there now, have pursued may not be the kind of thing that's going to give us the results that we would like to have. I was pleased that he did not mention and did not talk about the idea of conducting clandestine operations, as you and I have heard about from a friend of mine.

We've got over 20, of them wounded. I just spent some time with a number of them out in -- in the -- in the place that's got Old Faithful in it, good place for a Marine to visit, Semper fideles. Look, we've spent almost a trillion dollars. And you've got to be able to say, We're going to look at some other tactics on the ground, maybe some kind of hybrid, if you would, between what was presented last weekend up at Camp David and what the president announced today that talked only about straightforward U. I think it was very positive. I think it was totally unlike anything Let me ask you this.

When the president talked about going against his own instinct based on what he learned and who he spoke to and the things that you can only know and learn as president -- some people would say, Oh, that's -- he's changing his position. I don't see it that way at all. I think it's the reality of what we're facing. Then every one of my military friends was writing me ecstatic tonight, those that served, especially under Obama. You know, oh, we're not going to telegraph? We're going to take the handcuffs off? The rules of engagement are going to be on? You mean we can actually fight a war and not get accused of murdering the enemy when they're coming with an IED or some type of explosive device to kill us?

I remember the last president announcing he was going to do a troop surge, and the very next day, he went to U. This president has said, it's a conditions-based withdrawal. He hasn't given a specific number of troops he's going to put in there. It sets our adversaries on notice that they can't simply fight us and wait us out. In other words, this is not a time-driven strategy. And that's a very positive thing. I think notwithstanding what the ambassador just said moments ago about Pakistan, it puts them on notice. And the rules of engagement are now changed, so that they're defined not in the corridors of power in Washington, they're defined out there on the battlefield.

Don't get me wrong, buddy Listen, I know your love of the military and I've been out on the road with you and in hospitals with you, so I know your commitment is beyond anybody I know. This I think is important, though. Why would any president, in the case of Obama, ever telegraph what we're going do? He's not saying how many troops. He's not saying what he's going do. He's just promised overwhelming use of military force, decisions made on the ground as necessary by the people that know best! Absolutely the right thing to say. And not Obama, I'm talking about President Trump. What he said tonight Oh, I know that. I'm just hoping that the strategy allows room for some, if you will, new ideas, like the plan for putting non-U.

Yes -- and don't -- and he didn't talk about it, which I consider to be a very good thing Some of the folks who we've had on previous shows have said reject it out of hand. And I consider that to be a very positive thing. Lookit, this speech tonight needed to be given. It was the right thing to say. It pays enormous respect to the soldiers, sailors, airmen, guardsmen and Marines that you and I have come to know and love, and it gives credence There are people serving jail terms now. Clint Morantz ph is one name that comes to mind. And before he became a platoon leader, Clint Morantz was tasked with dealing with a platoon that had previously in the prior week or two lost people that were their brothers, literally right before, the same method that had been used, guys on motorcycles with explosive devices charging the troops, wouldn't listen, wouldn't stop.

He has to make a split-second decision. Well, he's now spending time in jail, this guy, 20 years! And that's the kind of guy I'd like to see get a pardon. Well, the president has the power to do that, and that's the good thing. This is a commander-in-chief who loves those who serve in uniform. He loves those who put their lives on the line. He said that again tonight. I think his acknowledgement at the very beginning, when he says, You learn a lot more when you're sitting in the chair where these decisions have to be made, is a remarkable -- no previous president in my lifetime has said those kinds of things since Ronald Reagan!

I look -- I look forward have great respect for a president who can do that. All right, Colonel, good to see you. And promise continues for this appearance, even though you're not in a war zone. Then later tonight, Newt Gingrich is here. My opening monologue coming up straight ahead. I will not say when we are going to attack, but attack we will. That was more from President Trump earlier tonight. Joining us now on the phone -- he's calling in to us -- the Afghanistan ambassador to the U.

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Sir, I'm glad you're watching. And I'm dying to hear Rencontrer une femme chretienne thoughts. Tell us what you thought of the president's speech tonight. Ambassador, that includes Afghanidtan stepping up. That includes Pakistan stepping up. This toniggt -- this is -- you know, we don't have endless patience here and money. To what extent will the region meet their own challenges, sir? President Trump has embraced a strategy that toegther Afghanistan what it is toniggt for, specifically what you mentioned, an expanded authority for troops afghznistan target criminal afghanista and terrorists and a break away from INAUDIBLE or Pakistan sheltering the terrorists.

It's also a shift away from talking about timetables, arbitrary timetables and numbers to letting conditions on the ground determine military afghajistan. Afghanistan also wants -- yes? The president was very clear. The American people must see progress. Afghaniistan not going to be unlimited. This is not a blank check, as he said, and you've got to carry the share of the burden. My question to you is, is Afghanistan and will Pakistan bear their fair share? Because the patience if the American people is rather thin right now. Afghanistan wants an honorable and enduring outcome for our own sacrifices.

But we have also made tremendous amount of sacrifices and continue to be determined to defeat terrorism on our soil and work with our partners in the United States and our NATO allies to ensure that those states that sponsor and shelter terrorists also understand that it's in their interests to work with us to defeat terrorism. Sir, the only thing I'll say to you -- and I wish you best here with all -- with a humble heart -- that America will help you to build a better country, but this is not about nation-building or changing your way of life, and it's really going to be up to you to sort out a lot of evil that exists in that country.

The Taliban must be destroyed, and you're going to have to bear the burden of the bigger part of that sacrifice as it's your country, your region of the world. Do you understand that? Afghanistan is absolutely committed to reform in our security sector and throughout. We do understand and are working extremely hard to ensure that we take control of this war, and we have been doing so. We have a four-year plan that will be complimented by this American strategy in order to defeat terrorism and at the hands of the Afghans.

We are committed to this war and are doing everything we can to ensure As you know, we believe in America that we togteher endowed by our creator and all men are created equal. Afghaanistan we pray adghanistan your country that it gets to freedom, that people can then flourish to be the people that Un intended them afghainstan be. We d you all the best under very difficult grt, and yes, we've got to affghanistan our country, and we will. Thank togethfr, sir, for calling in. General, what's your take on this? Well, you know, aghanistan are everything in this part of the Let s get together tonight in afghanistan, Sean, and so for the ambassador afghanidtan call in afghaniatan your togetherr, you know, right after the speech speaks volumes to me.

And I know that when I was on the afghznistan in Afghanistan for 13 months, working tigether by side with the governors of provinces and the mayors of towns and our soldiers toonight by side with their soldiers and the law enforcement personnel working with the Afghan national police, it is a team effort. And I think that's what he said. But Afghaniwtan tell you, the one thing afghabistan I really appreciate about the president's speech was at the very beginning, he honored our soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines, and he pivoted very nicely into every citizen's duty to come together and to honor them the egt he did tonight in his speech, and then he pivoted very nicely into talking about an honorable outcome.

And those three Let s get together tonight in afghanistan together set the stage talking about how divided we are as a nation right now and we need to really come together to afghanistzn our troops overseas because Oh, as a country, we need to be together. And I thought that was a perfect beginning to his speech ib he compared the military to -- clearly, he was referencing the events in Charlottesville and the togegher being divided in recent weeks. If I can, Lieutenant Colonel Shaffer, what are your togetner on all of this? And I really -- I want the people tonighh Afghanistan to have what we have, but this is not endless support here.

We're not going to try and change tlnight or change their values, but they're going to have to fight for their freedom. We're trying to assist them as much as we can and we've sacrificed a lot for them. And so that point, the enduring outcome we seek is to prevent terrorists from having Afghanistan as a afghaanistan haven, holding Pakistan accountable. And to your point, Sean, about nation-building -- look, I was there in ' I wrote a book about the turning point when we decided to go from offensive counterterrorism operations to nation-building under David Barno ph.

We decided we're going to give them a Jeffersonian democracy. Look, I agree with -- I love the ambassador calling in, but look, we don't have to necessarily believe that we have to support a central government. This is a land of warlords. We won Afghanistan in by working with the Afghan militia forces. So the idea here is, Sean, is we must preserve governed space. Ungoverned space is where terrorists go. We must go back to offensive operations. I love that point. I love the fact he's talking about leveraging India. It's not just about Pakistan, it's about China. Now India is now a big competitor against China. So he's playing the India card, which is very wise. The bottom line here is this.

We must do those things to honor those who have sacrificed life, limb and power ph. He's changed the ROE, great move. Got to get back Lieutenant Colonel, I didn't have -- we took a little bit more time. We didn't know that the ambassador from Afghanistan was going to call in. What did you think of that exchange that I had with him? With Ambassador Mohib, Sean? Yes, with the ambassador. Well, look, I -- the ambassador's a great representative. You know, he is thrilled to hear what he didn't hear under the Obama administration, which is that, We are with you. We're going to stand shoulder to shoulder, our soldiers with your soldiers, to defeat a common enemy.

And what he means by a common enemy is that whether it's the Taliban, al Qaeda, ISIS or the Haqqani network, they're all there to undermine Afghanistan so that they can attack America again. And under the Obama administration it was, Well, we're in, but we're going to be out in a few years. I was on the ground when he announced the surge but told the world and our enemies when they would withdraw. We begin tonight with Afghanistan. Do you pull out of Afghanistan and let the Taliban take over? I don't know that Afghanistan is much -- as much of a problem as Pakistan, because everyone is telling me they're all in Pakistan; they're not in Afghanistan.

But they're going to come back. I mean, they may. That's another thing, Pakistan. If Usama bin Laden is in Pakistan, why are we paying them hundreds of billions of dollars a year? Now what I would say, "Don't get scared. I want to get along, fellows. Let's go have a drink. But you're not getting money. We want Usama bin Laden. Because if you don't give us Usama bin Laden, we're just not giving you hundreds of billions of dollars. You know what's going to happen? You have a 6'6" Arab, 6'6", who's on a dialysis machine, supposedly. And we can't find him? Now, if you tell me that the leaders of Pakistan don't know where a 6'6" guy is standing, you're wrong, OK?

We know where he is. Now what we say -- well, you don't know and I don't know. I wish I did. North Waziristan is what the CIA says. Well, I hope you're right. But I'm sure if you said that, he's gone by now because, you know, he's a cunning character. But here's what's not so cunning. We pay hundreds of billions of dollars a year to Pakistan, and if we said to them, "Sorry, folks, we can't do it. You have to give us Usama bin Laden. He'll be standing on the White House doorstep very quickly. But what I'm getting from you We don't have anybody that even thinks this way. What I'm getting from you, though, is you would withdraw U. And then the Taliban comes back, because they would, and they re-establish.

Well, they're going to come back anyway because they're really in Pakistan. Are you a warmonger? Do you want to attack Pakistan? That's a short drive. So they come back, and they reconstitute the Taliban government. Al Qaeda has the sanctuaries it has before. Then you're going to have to go back and take care of him anyway. I don't believe too much in the soldier concept, other than I believe in air power. You're sort of seeing that over in Libya. You can knock the hell out of them without losing soldiers and losing lives You kill a lot of civilians though. Well, not necessarily if you have good intelligence. You know, intelligence is the thing that this country is lacking, especially from its leadership.

I am the strongest military person, and if I have Iran in one, I would be the strongest military president ever. I believe in having -- I would not be cutting the budget. I'd be coming out with the best weapons ever, all right? But with Afghanistan, I want to build our country. You know, in Afghanistan, they build a school.


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