By Bill Maher
High-level negotiations are taking place this week between U.S. and Taliban officials. Zalmay Khalilzad, the Trump administration’s envoy to peace talks with the Taliban, has said a framework is in place for a deal. The Taliban apparently has agreed not to harbor terrorists (even though they are terrorists) and, in return, we withdraw more troops from Afghanistan. Fine with me. But why is “You can’t negotiate with terrorists” only a rule when a Democrat is president? Also, Trump is now on a second date with Kim Jong-Un, despite North Korea still being officially designated as a state sponsor of terrorism.
I just want to know, before President Kamala Harris gives her inauguration speech, what are the rules? Because Trump could sell Hawaii to al-Qaeda and it wouldn’t make the Fox News homepage.