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Topic - Stephen Hadley
The election could help rebuild bipartisan consensus in the U.S. to keep supporting Afghanistan, said Stephen Hadley, former President George W. Bush's national security adviser.
The new Afghan president should visit Washington, thank the American people for their years of support and outline his vision for Afghanistan and how he wants the U.S. to help, Hadley added.