Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid issued a statement claiming responsibility for the attack, which he mentioned killed greater than 200 commandos.
No one was injured during the attack, which came just after midnight on Wednesday.
"If anyone dares to strike our land, we will respond with the full measure of American power and the iron will of the American spirit and that spirit is unbreakable", President Trump said at the Pentagon. So a truce with the Taliban is a bitter pill for the USA to swallow. "As far as I'm concerned they're dead".
Indeed, Trump was apparently willing to meet the Taliban last weekend, which media critics are calling "9/11 weekend".
Using the metaphor of Afghanistan's dramatic Test cricket victory this week over Bangladesh, Akbaruddin said that the social and political progress made by that country over the last 18 years must be "be nurtured, not nullified".
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Levin stressed his discussion on the matter of the Taliban is meant to help President Trump and not hurt him and was again a difference of opinion. "One was jihad and fighting, the other was talks and negotiations", he said.
Less than a month after the terror attacks, Bush announced on October 7, 2001, that USA and British troops had begun striking Afghanistan for harboring the al-Qaida terrorists blamed for 9/11.
He said any process should have full consent of the Afghan government and its people. But before a withdrawal, the negotiations must lead to a peace treaty that guarantees three things: local security arrangements in each province, to prevent reprisal killings; a plan for a new government that Afghans devise; and enough resources-economic assistance-to offer as carrots to antagonists and for postwar reconstruction.
While the debate on the U.S. president's true intentions behind cancelling the peace talks can rage on, what Trump admitted to in his tweet, in his own country's context, was pretty close to what India has been maintaining since Day One on holding a dialogue with Pakistan: That terrorism and talks cannot go together.
In March, India conveyed to the U.S. that it should not withdraw its troops from Afghanistan without putting in place an elected "political structure" to govern the country. The government has been fighting the Taliban, which has been waging a war against Kabul for nearly two decades. And with the rising tensions between Pakistan and India, Afghanistan stands more vulnerable than ever.
The president also warned militants against ever carrying out an attack in the United States again.