Biden’s Afghan Disaster Press Conference Ends In The Most Embarrassing Way Possible

Joe Biden is such a failure

The US President came out of his cave just to blame Donald Trump for the situation in Afghanistan. Old Joe emerged from Cam David on Monday to address the horror Afghans deal with at the moment. The world is shocked by the disastrous collapse of Kabul.

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As you may be guessing, Biden acted like a clown. He ignored all the important questions and only followed the remarks from his handlers.

“This is not in our national security interest,” Biden claimed. “It is not what the American people want.”

“It is not what our troops, who have sacrificed so much over the past two decades, deserve,” he added.

“I know my decision will be criticized,” Biden continued. “But I would rather take all that criticism than pass this decision onto another President of the United States. Yet another one. A fifth one.”

“The buck stops with me,” Biden also said.

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Biden left the room and reporters were still shouting. Is this the way he takes “full responsibility” for the disaster in Afghanistan?

During Biden’s speech, he emphasized a false choice in defense of his decision. It happened against the advice of his generals. Old Joe said that the choice he made a few months ago was between military escalation and complete withdrawal.

Absolutely horrible! Wrong statement.

Radio host Hugh Hewitt said our President really had other choice that would have prevented the evacuation of Americans and Afghans from being killed by the Taliban. He was referencing a WSJ article.

“When Taliban violated the Doha agreement —premised on a negotiated power sharing— the U.S. was free to keep Bagram, it’s 2500 troops and NATO’s 5000, to use air power,” Hewitt wrote. “He could have saved thousands. He chose not to.”

On Monday, Biden said “the buck stops with me.” He also blamed Donald Trump for the situation in the statement he issued a couple of days ago.

“When I came to office, I inherited a deal cut by my predecessor — which he invited the Taliban to discuss at Camp David on the eve of 9/11 of 2019—that left the Taliban in the strongest position militarily since 2001 and imposed a May 1, 2021 deadline on U.S. Forces,” Biden said. “Shortly before he left office, he also drew U.S. Forces down to a bare minimum of 2,500.”

The Wall Street Journal slammed the President for blaming his predecessor for the disastrous withdrawal.

“Note that Mr. Biden is more critical of his predecessor than he is of the Taliban,” WSJ wrote in a scathing editorial. “The President has spent seven months ostentatiously overturning one Trump policy after another on foreign and domestic policy. Yet now he claims Afghanistan policy is the one he could do nothing about.”

We would definitely agree that Biden owes Trump an apology. Is this how he takes “full responsibility?”

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