Women in mini-skirts helped Trump decide on a new policy for Afghanistan
Photo women in mini skirts on the streets of Kabul was one of the factors that persuaded US President Donald trump to decide on the increase of the military contingent in Afghanistan. About it reports The Washington Post.
The head of state showed the national security adviser Herbert McMaster. “He gave Trump a black and white picture of 1972, which depicts women in mini-skirts walking on the Kabul. [McMaster] wanted to show that Western values were distributed there, and they can come back”, — reports the edition.
To convince Trump that Afghanistan was not a lost cause, McMaster 1972 showed him a photo of Afghan women in miniskirts. https://t.co/wRpwYoawjA pic.twitter.com/rX7S2jEJfA
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) August 22, 2017
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On 22 August, trump said that the new approach of his administration towards Afghanistan would be to prevent transforming this country into a safe haven for Islamist militants seeking to attack the United States.
The head of state did not specify how long U.S. forces should remain in Afghanistan. According to him, the powers of the military in combating terrorism there will be extended. While trump did not say how many additional troops will be sent into the country. Earlier it was reported that defence Minister James Mattis planned to send another four thousand in addition to 8.4 thousand deployed currently.
The Taliban, in turn, promised to respond to the new plans of Washington’s Jihad.