Barack Obama is red with rage.
Donald Trump took a sledgehammer to Obama’s disastrous legacy.
And now President Trump is about to score one win that Barack Obama will never get over.
One of Barack Obama’s biggest failures in office was continuing the Hillary Clinton foreign policy of endless wars in the Middle East.
Donald Trump was elected to bring America’s troops home with the honor they earned on the battlefield.
President Trump made a down payment on that promise with a drawing down of troops in Syria from around 2,000 to 500.
But no conflict stands out like America’s 18-year long war in Afghanistan – which stands as the United States’ longest armed conflict in history.
President Trump was on the verge of a peace deal with the Taliban to end the war this fall when the Taliban staged a terrorist attack that killed a U.S. soldier causing President Trump to scuttle the peace talks.
However, on Thanksgiving, President Trump made a surprise visit to Afghanistan to serve the troops’ holiday dinner.
“There’s nowhere I’d rather spend Thanksgiving than with the toughest, fiercest warriors,” President Trump told the troops. “I’m here to say Happy Thanksgiving and thank you very much. As president of the United States, I have no higher honor than serving as commander-in-chief.”
Before President Trump arrived in Afghanistan the fake news media was filled with stories about Trump supposedly “dividing” the military because President Trump tried to protect America’s soldiers from being railroaded by politically correct kangaroo courts.
Those lies were exposed when the troops gave President Trump a raucous welcome and cheered his remarks and bellowed out thunderous “USA! USA! USA!” chants for the President’s arrival.
President Trump also repeated his promise to the troops that his goal was to end the war and bring America’s fighting men and women home in victory.
“We will continue to work tirelessly for the day when all of you can go home to your families, and that day is coming very soon,” President Trump stated.
During his visit, President Trump met with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and discussed restarting peace talks to end the war.
In his remarks, President Trump revealed that all the involved parties wanted to come to an agreement.
“The Taliban wants to make a deal — we’ll see if they make a deal. If they do they do, and if they don’t they don’t. That’s fine,” the President stated.
“The Taliban wants to make a deal and we’re meeting with them and we’re saying it has to be a cease-fire and they didn’t want to do a cease-fire and now they do want to do a cease-fire,” he added. “I believe it’ll probably work out that way,” the President added.
President Trump signaled progress on a deal that would start by reducing America’s troop presence in Afghanistan from 14,000 to 8,600 with the goal of further troop reductions.
Conservative Revival will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.