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U.S. soldiers walk at the site of a Taliban suicide attack in Kandahar on Aug. 2, 2017.
A Taliban suicide bomber on Aug. 2 rammed a vehicle filled with explosives into a convoy of foreign forces in Afghanistan's restive southern province of Kandahar, causing casualties, officials said. (Javed Tanveer/AFP/Getty Images)
U.S. soldiers walk at the site of a Taliban suicide attack in Kandahar on Aug. 2, 2017. A Taliban suicide bomber on Aug. 2 rammed a vehicle filled with explosives into a convoy of foreign forces in Afghanistan's restive southern province of Kandahar, causing casualties, officials said. (Javed Tanveer/AFP/Getty Images)
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NBC News reported Wednesday on a tense White House meeting over Afghanistan last month. According to the report, President Trump complained that the U.S. is "losing" the war.

Here & Now's Robin Young talks with NPR's Phil Ewing (@philewing) about possible options for the U.S. in Afghanistan after 16 years of war.

This segment aired on August 3, 2017.

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