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Taliban advance in Afghanistan ‘has just accelerated,’ analyst says

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Retired Col. Jack Jacobs, a Medal of Honor recipient and NBC News military analyst, joins TODAY to comment on the Taliban capturing key cities in Afghanistan overnight. “This looks a great deal like the Taliban advance in 1994 and ’95, when they took province after province and eventually controlled the whole country,” he says.