Candidate Trump said it’s time to get out, but now-President Trump is recommitting the nation to its war in Afghanistan – the nation’s longest running military conflict. In a prime-time address to the nation on Monday, the president suggested he’d be sending more troops to the region but did not say how many. Trump also reiterated his new military approach: allowing top brass at the Pentagon to dictate their own battlefield strategy and decide when to bring service members home. The president put pressure on Pakistan and India, as well, to help stabilize the region. Graham Allison, a professor at the Harvard Kennedy School and former assistant defense secretary; and Charlie Sennott, a news analyst for WGBH and founder of The GroundTruth Project, joined Adam Reilly to discuss this new approach.