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The Trumps didn't let the moment pass. Don Trump Jr. said the coverage was "fake news", while the President chirped, "I thought Newsweek was out of business?"

"There's nowhere I'd rather spend Thanksgiving than with the toughest, fiercest warriors", Trump told troops on the ground. Tweeting, - and stunning US troops in Afghanistan'. The outlet's original story claimed the president only planned on tweeting and golfing during his holiday break, neglecting to mention his trip to Afghanistan.

As the media are often falsely reporting on the President and having to issue retractions, some have suggested that there is perhaps more to this story and that Kwong's dismissal could have been for wider reasons - as this time, it was nearly impossible for Kwong to have known the President's plans and could only go off of the official schedule.

According to a Washington Examiner report Saturday, Kwong was terminated in light of the inaccuracies in the report. Ghani wished the troops a "Happy Thanksgiving" and commended Trump for his leadership.

But Don Jr. replied: "It wasn't an 'honest mistake" you tried to dunk on Trump and ended up dunking on yourself because you couldn't resist.

'Discover how there's by no means been a narrative that broke in Trump's favor & needed to be corrected the opposite means?

"To date, they've very strongly resisted" a cease-fire, "and it's their best leverage", said one person familiar with the negotiations.

On Friday, Trump himself responded to the botched story by mocking Newsweek.

About 13,000 U.S. troops remain in Afghanistan, 18 years after the United States invaded following the September 11, 2001 attacks. However, the United States had also been continuing attacks.

DailyMail.com has contacted Kwong and Newsweek for remark.

"US diplomats have been quietly exploring how to get the talks restarted", said Laurel Miller, who served as the USA special representative on Afghanistan and Pakistan under both Trump and his predecessor Barack Obama.

"We will meet with them and we said it should be a ceasefire", said Trump. We're doing so well. Our country is the strongest economically it has ever been'. Trump was escorted by heavily armed soldiers during his short displacements inside Bagram, a base that houses some 10,000 United States soldiers and officers and remains in maximum combat readiness, Tolo News reported. The first lady did not join him. Trump's new demands for a ceasefire may force some renegotiation.

Cell phones and other transmitting devices were confiscated for the duration of the trip from everyone travelling aboard Air Force One.

The White Home organized prematurely for the president's Twitter account to stay energetic throughout his journey. At 8:21 a.m. Thanksgiving morning, @realDonaldTrump sent out an uncharacteristically subdued message. The journey started Wednesday, the place Trump snuck out of Mar-a-Lago.

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