Endless wars to come to glorious end, Pak-military promotes extremism for dollars: White House officials

U.S. President Donald Trump, U.S. National Security Adviser, John Bolton and other White House officials said, they give the impression they have nothing to do with terrorism and religious fanaticism whereas it's not true.

Referring to the ongoing wars in Syria and Afghanistan, the U.S. President Donald Trump has said in a tweet endless wars will eventually come to a glorious end.

The statement indicates the U.S, is not withdrawing troops from strife-torn Syria and Afghanistan.

The U.S. National Security Adviser, John Bolton, said on Sunday, the U.S. forces will remain in Syria until key benchmarks are met.

Allies, like Britain, France, and U.S. legislators were taken off-guard when President Donald Trump announced plans for the withdrawal.

Last week, Trump, Bolton and other White House officials questioned that why countries like Russia, India, and Pakistan are not fighting the Afghan Taliban, Daesh and other militants in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

They said the U.S. ended up sending thousands of its troops in the war-torn country, adding, Pakistan military is playing a double game in the war on terror, running insurgency against the U.S. troops in Afghanistan and keep asking for millions of dollars and military equipment.

They also said, the Pakistani military is promoting religious extremist views to be in the good books of the Taliban and militants and to pressurize the U.S. and its allies for money and deals.

They said, they give the impression they have nothing to do with terrorism and religious fanaticism.