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Former defense chief surprised by Camp David invite to Taliban

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Former defense chief surprised by Camp David invite to Taliban

Former defense chief surprised by Camp David invite to Taliban

Former U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis said on Sunday that it was "a surprise" to him that the Trump administration had invited Taliban leaders to Camp David for peace negotiations.

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Former defense chief surprised by Camp David invite to Taliban

General James Mattis, who served as U.S. President Donald Trump's first defense chief before resigning, said that he supports efforts by the administration to hold peace talks with the Taliban, but added that the U.S. must remember the militant group provided safe haven to al Qaeda and Osama bin Laden.




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