From George W. Bush to Joe Biden, take a look back at how four U.S. presidents described the war in Afghanistan for the last 20 years.
The United States military withdrew from Afghanistan at 3:29 p.m. EDT Monday, one minute before midnight in Kabul and before Biden’s Aug. 31 withdrawal deadline.
The United States’ war with Afghanistan was the country’s longest, lasting roughly 20 years at a cost of $2 trillion by some estimates.
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