Donald Trump threatened to ‘obliterate’ Afghan leader during tense talks while he was president

Former President Trump blasted President Biden’s handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal in a sit-down interview with Fox News as he told told Sean Hannity a story of why the Taliban feared him too much to take over the nation. 

‘Under my conversations with Abdul, who’s the leader of the Taliban, for 18 months, we didn’t lose one soldier,’ Trump said, referring to Abdul Ghani Baradar, co-founder and senior member of the Taliban. 

Trump then told Hannity he threatened to ‘obliterate’ Abdul…

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