Gitmo’s ‘Taliban Five’ to Negotiate Terms for America’s Afghanistan Withdrawal
Five years ago, United States President Barack Obama negotiated a shameful prisoner swap with the Taliban. In exchange for five dangerous Taliban chiefs imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay, the U.S. received Bowe Bergdahl—a U.S. soldier who was captured by the Taliban after he deserted his post (six American soldiers died trying to rescue him).
The lopsided exchange was an embarrassment for the United States. America received a traitor, and the Taliban got back some of its top brass—men who were responsible for hundreds of deaths.
Today, the U.S. is negotiating “peace” with the Taliban. And can you believe who is on the other side of the negotiating table? The infamous “Taliban Five” from Gitmo.
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