> What's more: In addition to the 3,500 U.S. troops that will leave the country by mid-September, many of the 7,000 NATO troops stationed in Afghanistan will also withdraw, according to the Times.
in 2011 we were "leaving", in 2016, trump said "we are leaving".
why should i believe them this time
Trump had an active plan to remove all troops by May, Biden's first few days in office involved renigging that and starting drone strikes against civilians.
Plus this is just US troops, not contractors, who make up the majority of the US's presence there.