Joe Biden smirked when reporters asked him about the thousands of Americans still stranded in Afghanistan, who remain at the mercy of the ruthless Taliban regime.
Joe Biden, whose “incompetent” Afghanistan Disaster has left thousands of American citizens stranded in the country and at the mercy of ruthless Taliban militants, smirked when NBC News Chief White House Correspondent Peter Alexander asked what he will do if Americans are still in Afghanistan after the deadline on August 31.
Gateway Pundit reported that the audio was cut off as Biden smirked. However, it has been reported that his response was “you’ll be the first person I call.”
The US military has started to withdraw troops from the Kabul airport in Afghanistan as thousands of Americans remain stranded in Taliban territory. Meanwhile, Republican officials are arguing that the troops should remain until every American citizen is rescued from the region. The US Embassy has reportedly issued the last alert for US citizens to leave the country or “they’re on their own,” but recalled the alert 30 minutes later.
45th President Donald Trump has released a statement slamming Joe Biden for his disastrous Afghanistan withdrawal, noting that new reports suggest only 4,000 of the 37,000 people evacuated from Afghanistan are American citizens, with the rest being likely refugees who will now be settled throughout the West, National File previously reported.
“Biden surrendered Afghanistan to terrorists and left thousands of Americans for dead by pulling out the Military before our citizens. Now we are learning that out of the 26,000 people who have been evacuated, only 4,000 are Americans,” wrote President Trump.
“You can be sure the Taliban, who are now in complete control, didn’t allow the best and brightest to board these evacuation flights. Instead, we can only imagine how many thousands of terrorists have been airlifted out of Afghanistan and into neighborhoods around the world. What a terrible failure. NO VETTING. How many terrorists will Joe Biden bring to America? We don’t know!”
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