Courtesy of The Week:Trump says that when he was in college, everyone said we never lost a war. And now, we don't win anymore. (He was in college during Vietnam) pic.twitter.com/s7ycSr9sGl— Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) February 27, 2017
President Donald Trump slammed the American military Monday, complaining the U.S. doesn't "fight to win."
"Win. We have to win. We have to start winning wars again," Trump said. "I have to say, when I was young, in high school and college, everybody used to say that we never lost a war. 'We never lost a war.' You remember."
"And now we never win a war," Trump added. "We never win. And we don't fight to win."
According to icasualties.org since 2001 we have lost a total of 3,528 soldiers in Afghanistan who were "not trying to win." And another 4,837 soldiers in Iraq also apparently just phoning it in.
And let's not forget that this is coming from a man whose VERY FIRST military operation caused the death of an American serviceman, the loss of a 90 million dollar aircraft, and killed an 8 year old girl.
Is THIS what he calls "winning?"