The Taliban crushed the Daesh/ISIS terror group in eastern Afghanistan with “limited support” from Washington, according to a U.S. general Tuesday.

U.S. Central Command chief Gen. Frank McKenzie told the House of Representatives Armed Services Committee that the Taliban’s operations against the terror group were effective.

“Over the last several months in eastern Afghanistan, we have watched the Taliban compress and crush ISIS presence on the ground in southern Nangarhar province, and they’ve been very effective doing that,” said McKenzie. “They’ve been very effective … that’s some of the worst terrain in the world. There was very limited support

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