The Taliban on Trump: "We hope he will win the election" and withdraw U.S. troops

Source: CBS News - View Original Article
Published: Oct 13, 2020
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72% Liberal


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This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 72% Liberal:

  • 1 negative sentiment for Police funding


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99% "It is also unclear how it will affect talks peace between the Afghan government and Taliban negotiators in Qatar.""
95% "In 2019, President Trump disclosed that he had invited the Taliban for peace talks at Camp David -- days before the anniversary of the ..."
91% "The Taliban noted it thinks highly of Mr. Trump's America first creed.""
88% "Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid told CBS News in a phone interview, We hope he will win the election and wind up U.S. military presence ..."
84% "A senior Taliban member told CBS News, Trump might be ridiculous for the rest of the world, but he is sane and wise man ..."
-70% "Honestly, Trump was much more honest with us than we thought, even we were stunned with his offer to meet Taliban in Camp David.""
-73% "should al Qaeda or ISIS gain capacity to strike the U.S.""
-80% "That timeline is at odds with the advice of U.S. military commanders, who do not believe it is safe to reduce troop levels below ..."
-82% "This week, President Trump said all troops should be home by Christmas, although it is unclear if that is actually expected to happen or ..."
-86% "From January 1 to June 30 this year, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) documented 2,176 civilian injuries and 1,282 civilian deaths ..."

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28% : "It is the slogan of Trump from the start that they are not cops for the world and don't want a single flag and anthem for the globe, but their priority is America," Mujahid said.
99% : It is also unclear how it will affect talks peace between the Afghan government and Taliban negotiators in Qatar.
95% : In 2019, President Trump disclosed that he had invited the Taliban for peace talks at Camp David -- days before the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
91% : The Taliban noted it thinks highly of Mr. Trump's "America first" creed.
88% : Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid told CBS News in a phone interview, "We hope he will win the election and wind up U.S. military presence in Afghanistan."
84% : A senior Taliban member told CBS News, "Trump might be ridiculous for the rest of the world, but he is sane and wise man for the Taliban."
30% : Honestly, Trump was much more honest with us than we thought, even we were stunned with his offer to meet Taliban in Camp David."
27% : should al Qaeda or ISIS gain capacity to strike the U.S.
20% : That timeline is at odds with the advice of U.S. military commanders, who do not believe it is safe to reduce troop levels below 4,500 unless the Taliban breaks with al Qaeda and reduces the level of violence.
18% : This week, President Trump said all troops should be "home by Christmas," although it is unclear if that is actually expected to happen or if he was simply reiterating his position on wanting to bring troops home.
14% : From January 1 to June 30 this year, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) documented 2,176 civilian injuries and 1,282 civilian deaths due to the conflict.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

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