Top U.S. General in Afghanistan: Enemy Believed We Lost Our Will During Obama Administration

‘So in war, which is a contest of wills, the enemy believed that we had lost our will to win and that all they needed to do was wait us out’

NICHOLSON: "At the time that I joined this mission as the last commander appointed by President Obama, we were on a glide path to reduce our forces and eventually to close down the mission, and so at that time the enemy had no incentive to negotiate because we were leaving. So in war, which is a contest of wills, the enemy believed that we had lost our will to win and that all they needed to do was wait us out."

(h/t The Washington Free Beacon)

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