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New GOP Ad Torches Biden for ​Afghanistan Disaster, Border Crisis, Inflation

Biden's failures highlighted in the video

 on 25th August 2021 @ 10.00pm
the gop also noted biden   s repeated claims there would be no emergency evacuations of americans © press
The GOP also noted Biden’s repeated claims there would be no emergency evacuations of Americans

Democrat Joe Biden's catastrophic failures since entering office have been highlighted in a new ad by the Republican Party.

The series of ads slam Biden for the current state of the American economy, the border crisis, and the recent botched Afghanistan withdrawal.

The GOP also noted Biden’s repeated claims there would be no emergency evacuations of Americans and that he believed Afghanistan could hold against the Taliban.

But due to Biden's ill-thought-out withdrawal, the Taliban took over in a matter of hours.

 

the ad also highlighted biden s absence while the crisis was worsening © press
The ad also highlighted Biden's absence while the crisis was worsening

The ad also highlighted Biden's absence while the crisis was worsening, notably vacationing in Delaware and being teleconferenced at Camp David.

WATCH:

Biden also avoided serious questions from reporters.

After a Monday presser, Biden was asked by a reporter:

“Do you know how many Americans are left in Afghanistan?”

Biden quickly exited the room without even acknowledging the question.

on a tuesday press conference  biden also refused to take any questions from reporters © press
On a Tuesday press conference, Biden also refused to take any questions from reporters

On a Tuesday press conference, Biden also refused to take any questions from reporters.

Biden and his press team tried to soften things up with an ABC News interview with Democrat ally George Stephanopoulos, but it backfired after being called incoherent and dishonest.

Meanwhile, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was “out of the office” during the week the crisis worsened.

Fox News sent questions to Psaki’s White House email address Sunday morning and received an auto-reply. Hours later, on Sunday evening, Fox News attempted once again to reach the White House spokeswoman. The same auto-reply, stating that the voice of the White House would not be available for the next week, was sent.

“I will be out of the office from August 15th-August 22nd,” the message said.

Neon Nettle reported that former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany shredded Psaki for hiding from the media "when the going gets tough."

"Jen Psaki promised us a daily White House press briefing,” McEnany noted.

"There isn’t one today."

“And still, she said, Press Secretary John Kirby couldn’t answer some of the most pressing questions.

"When asked how many American citizens were trapped in Afghanistan, Kirby admitted, ‘I don’t know.’”

A new poll has found that many Democrats now "regret" voting for Biden in the 2020 election.

According to a new survey by Rasmussen, a staggering 1 in 10 Democrats say they "regret" voting for Biden over President Donald Trump.

Additionally, the poll found that President Trump would win the election in a landslide if it were held again today.

The news comes as Biden's approval rating has continued to plummet.

[READ MORE] Biden on Afghanistan Disaster: History Will Judge Me as 'Logical, Rational, & Right'

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