TRUMP TO MEET SECURITY OFFICIALS ON AFGHANISTAN AS CONCERNS MOUNT ABOUT US WITHDRAWAL

President Trump is expected to meet with his top national security advisers on Friday to review a US-Taliban peace plan that could end America's longest running war -- but could also trigger a surrender for the US and a betrayal of the Afghan government, critics say.

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