The Biden administration called discussions with the Taliban “professional” after holding a meeting with the terrorist group. U.S. State Department spokesman Ned Price described the talks as “candid and professional.”
The Taliban has begun sending those displaced in Kabul back home. On Saturday, the Associated Press reported people living in tents in a local park were sent back to their home provinces due to limited government budget.
The new Taliban run government in Afghanistan is giving even more power to global terrorists.
Joe Biden sent a delegation of diplomats to meet with Taliban leaders in Qatar. The group engaged in their first face-to-face meeting with the terrorist group since the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan on Saturday.
As economic pressure continues to build in Afghanistan, Kabul residents have called on the Taliban government for help. Reports on Saturday said the cry for help comes as rising prices for food and fuel have continued to cripple an already battered economy.
President Donald Trump has asked a federal judge to reinstate his Twitter account. According to reports on Friday, Trump’s legal team argued Twitter was coerced by certain members of Congress to suspend his account after his rally on Jan. 6.
The Taliban is making a move to press former members of the Afghan National Army into service for its terrorist state. One America’s Scott Wheeler has more.
The former interior minister of Afghanistan says the Taliban did not disavow ISIS as they claim, and are more dangerous than led to believe.
The Biden administration’s chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal has not only raised concerns about competence, but may also spotlight the administration’s vengeance. One America’s Chief White House Correspondent Chanel Rion has more.