The president of the United States would like you to know that he has given thought to committing the worst genocide in human history, but decided to go in a different direction. https://t.co/nwSsZRZTIq
— Paul Waldman (@paulwaldman1) July 22, 2019
Trump later boasted at length about how big a hole in the ground and how loud a noise his "Mother of All Bombs" made in Afghanistan in 2017, then claimed, "They were going to make many of them, and I said no. We don't have – I don't want to drop that. I don't want to do that."
— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) July 22, 2019
“I do not want to kill 10 million people. Surely that’s worth a Nobel Peace Prize”.
— JKRamon ?? (@jkramon1313) July 22, 2019
— Stephen Schwartz (@AtomicAnalyst) July 22, 2019
Is he aware we’re not at war with Afghanistan per se
— Tom Hitchner (@thitchner) July 22, 2019
what if the president has sat through like 200 meetings with the joint chiefs thinking that the problem is that we havent been able to crush the army of afghanistan
— the norms misser (@cd_hooks) July 22, 2019
We so rarely talk about how Trump's hard-on for war crimes jeopardizes US troops overseas. Green-on-Blue attacks have been the biggest threat for years and he's out here shouting to every Afghan soldier, cop and allied militia that he has plans to nuke their families.
— Zeddy (@Zeddary) July 22, 2019