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Top commander in Afghanistan steps down marking symbolic end to U.S. mission

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The commander of the U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan, General Austin "Scott" Miller, stepped down from his position amid the continuing U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. NBC News’ Courtney Kube analyzes what this step means for the end of the two-decade conflict.