US airstrikes fall 54 percent under Biden compared to Trump in 2020

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President Biden‘s administration has been much less aggressive with U.S. military air power in 2021 than former President Donald Trump was last year, with strikes falling 54% as of mid-December.

“The biggest take-home is that Biden has significantly decreased US military action across the globe,” reads a report released Wednesday by Airwars, a not-for-profit organization that tracks military actions and civilian causalities across the world. It added that the drop in strikes has resulted in “far lower numbers of civilians allegedly killed by the US strikes.”

President Biden.
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The report found that there were a total of 439 recorded U.S. strikes during the first year under Biden, a 54% reduction from the 951 recorded under Trump in 2020.

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