The Taliban on Sunday said that Trump's abrupt decision to cancel the meet with the group's leaders on a "finalized" deal to end America's longest war would "damage the credibility" of the US, but they believe the USA will return to negotiations.
But Trump told reporters on Monday, "as far as I'm concerned, they're dead".
Driving one other nail into the coffin of what had seemed to be nearly finalised negotiations, Trump mentioned a United States army onslaught on the guerrillas was at its fiercest stage in a decade. "Over the last four days, we have been hitting our Enemy harder than at any time in the last ten years!" Catch all of the Stay TV motion on HEARALPUBLICIST 24×7 and HEARALPUBLICIST India. The Taliban again claimed the responsibility for the attacks.
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Trump's surprise weekend announcement benefits Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, who was sidelined in the negotiations as the Taliban dismiss his government as a USA puppet.
"This will lead to more losses to the U.S.; its credibility will be affected, its anti-peace stance will be exposed to the world", said Zabihullah Mujahid, a spokesman for the Taliban. "We definitely want the war to (end) through peaceful means", Shaheen said.
The result of nine rounds of peace talks in Qatar, the agreement would have paved the way for the closure of five American bases within 135 days.
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The U.S. went to war against Afghanistan's ruling Taliban a month after 9/11 for harboring al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden, mastermind of the September 11, 2001, attacks that killed almost 3,000 people at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and a field in Pennsylvania.
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He said he hopes the insurgents "will recommit to the things that we've been talking to them about for months".
The talks produced a draft agreement last week that included a substantial U.S. military drawdown from the country after 18 years of occupation, putting in sight an end to what has become the longest war in America's history.
The cancellation - announced on Twitter - was the first time most Americans learned that such a dramatic meeting was even planned.
He went on: "If you're the Taliban, conditions have been worsening, and they're about to get worse". Trump said he called off the peace negotiations after the bombing, but Khalilzad, the US envoy negotiating with the Taliban, was meeting with leaders of the insurgent group in Doha, Qatar, on both Thursday and Friday. "That's not going to happen", McKenzie told a group of reporters traveling with him during a stop at Bagram Airfield in northeastern Afghanistan.
'But right now they're murdering too many people'.