The Taliban is armed to the teeth thanks to the U.S. government, says Rob Smith.
We’ve given up our advantage of weapon superiority, laments the Iraq War veteran.
“If America ever has to go back in to fight the Taliban, we will be doing so with our own equipment.”
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