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Former top US diplomat: Trump is right on Afghanistan, wrong on Pakistan

By France 24
04 February 2018   |   12:00 pm
Career US diplomat Ryan Crocker served as ambassador to both Afghanistan and Pakistan. In an interview with FRANCE 24, he hailed the decision by the Trump administration to stay in Afghanistan without time limits.

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