US frontrunner and former Vice President, Joe Biden while talking about the future United States strategy in Afghanistan said it could depend on bases in Pakistan.
“We can prevent the US from being the victim of terror coming out of Afghanistan by providing airbases and insisting the Pakistani provides bases for us,” opined Biden, according to the New York Post.
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Biden, who is attempting to secure the Democratic nomination for president in the 2020 election, mentioned his plan during Thursday night’s Democratic debate in Houston.
Thursday’s debate also gave Biden an opportunity to re-litigate the Obama administration’s decision in December 2009 to drastically increase the number of troops to Afghanistan. Biden said he was opposed to the troop surge because he favors a more narrowly tailored mission in Afghanistan.
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