Trump Asks 'Who Will Joe Biden Surrender to Next?'
Biden is on vacation at a retreat at Camp David amid the chaos
Donald Trump continued to criticize Democrat Joe Biden’s withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan, which in turn caused a disastrous vacuum of power being handed to the Taliban terrorist group.
Trump said Biden “surrendered” to the coronavirus pandemic before then surrendering to the Taliban.
“Who or what will Joe Biden surrender to next?” Trump asked.
“Someone should ask him, if they can find him.”
Amid the chaos, Biden is on vacation at a retreat at Camp David and is still yet to speak publicly on camera about the situation in Afghanistan.
The White House issued a statement on Biden’s behalf last week and blamed Trump for negotiating with the Taliban.
Trump suggested he would have done a better job in withdrawing the troops.
“The outcome in Afghanistan, including the withdrawal, would have been totally different if the Trump Administration had been in charge,” he said.
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Trump said the fact that Biden was leaving military equipment behind for the Taliban was a display of incompetence.
“Who can believe such incompetence?” he asked.
“Under my Administration, all civilians and equipment would have been removed.”
Former CIA Director David Petraeus warned that Biden's "disastrous" handling of Afghanistan had created a "catastrophic" security situation.
Retired Army general Petraeus says the rapidly deteriorating situation is not only devastating for the U.S. but the whole world.
"This is an enormous national security setback, and it is on the verge of getting much worse unless we decide to take really significant action," the ex-Obama admin official told host Rita Cosby on "The Rita Cosby Show" on WABC Radio.
Last week a senior Biden official admitted the administration was “powerless” to protect the young girls and women in Afghanistan from the Taliban.
Deputy Assistant Secretary in the State Department Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs Molly Montgomery posted what she really thought on Twitter amid reports of the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan.
She wrote on her personal account:
“Woke up with a heavy heart, thinking about all the Afghan women and girls I worked with during my time in Kabul."