Trump Drops “Mother of All Bombs” on Afghanistan

ELGIN AIR FORCE BASE, FL - NOVEMBER 21: In this U.S. Air Force handout, a GBU-43/B bomb, or Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB) bomb, explodes November 21, 2003 at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida. MOAB is a 21,700-pound that was droped from a plane at 20, 000 feet. (Photo by USAF via Getty Images)


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Today, April 13th, 2017, Donald Trump drops the Mother of All Bombs in Afghanistan. The twenty-one thousand pound bomb was rumored to have existed in military and intelligence circles for quite some time, however, it is officially validated as true.

The Video of the Carnage was posted by “The Common Sense Conservative” on Youtube and has been said to be both effective and easy to produce. This is allegedly its first appearance in combat since its creation and has congress and the media raving about its use.

The U.S. dropped a bomb containing 11 tons of explosives on an ISIS cave complex in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province on the border with Pakistan on Thursday, a Pentagon spokesman confirmed to CBS News’ David Martin.




The military also said the U.S. “took every precaution to avoid civilian casualties with this strike.”

White House press secretary Sean Spicer said the strike targeted a “system of tunnels and caves that ISIS fighters used to move around freely.” He said the U.S. “took all precautions necessary” to minimize civilian casualties.

“The strike was designed to minimize the risk to Afghan and U.S. Forces conducting clearing operations in the area while maximizing the destruction of ISIS-K fighters and facilities,” the Pentagon said in a statement, using the term for the Islamic State’s Afghanistan branch.

The bomb is known as GBU-43 or Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB), leading to its nickname as the “mother of all bombs” The weapon is the largest non-nuclear bomb in the U.S. arsenal and has never before been used in combat.

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