Without a clear sign of U.S. intentions, Elise Jordan argues, the Afghan people are becoming anti-American.
Elise Jordan on the debt the president owes his predecessor.
Elise Jordan served as a director for communications in the National Security Council from 2008 to 2009.
Elise Jordan is a New York-based writer who frequently travels to Afghanistan.
He spoke with Elise Jordan from his home of Ashland City, Tennessee, about that fateful night—a turning point in the Iraq War.
Elise's heart gave a leap: these very herbs were for Valmond!
It was signed: "Your very happy and still more unhappy Elise."
"Well, I haven't any a—a—whatever it is Elise wants to call it," said Mary, laughing.
I told her, and she repeated the name with great contempt—Elise.
"Maybe it's a case of 'birds of a feather,'" said Elise, who had heard part of the conversation.