2021-08-22

Trump again criticizes Biden’s troop withdrawal response: America’s biggest foreign policy shame

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Chinanews, August 22nd, a comprehensive report, on the 21st local time, former US President Trump once again criticized the current President Biden for the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan at a rally in Cullman, Alabama. Action, calling it “the biggest foreign policy shame” in American history.

Trump again criticizes Biden’s troop withdrawal response: America’s biggest foreign policy shame

According to reports, Trump criticized Biden at the rally for “badly withdrawing troops from Afghanistan.”

Trump also accused the US of leaving behind billions of dollars worth of weapons and equipment to the Taliban in Afghanistan when the United States left. These weapons and equipment may include 600,000 assault rifles, approximately 2,000 armored vehicles, and 40 aircraft including the Black Hawk. He said, “This is not a withdrawal. This is a complete surrender.” Reuters reported that Trump hinted that if he was still the President of the United States, the situation of Afghanistan being quickly taken over by the Taliban would not happen. According to reports, Republican Trump has revealed the possibility of running for president again in 2024.

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With the sudden change of the situation in Afghanistan, Trump has repeatedly “fired” on Biden. Earlier, Trump called on the current President Biden to “resign” in a statement because the Taliban “quickly took over Afghanistan.”

As part of the negotiations with the Taliban, Trump has set the deadline for the withdrawal of US troops in Afghanistan as May 1. Biden announced in April 2021 that the U.S. troops stationed in Afghanistan will begin to withdraw on May 1 and will withdraw completely before September 11. On July 8, Biden stated that the US military mission in Afghanistan will end on August 31.

On August 18, Biden said in an interview with US media that the US military will stay in Afghanistan until all Americans who want to leave are evacuated, even if this means that the military may have to stay. After the withdrawal deadline on August 31. He also defended the US troop withdrawal decision again and asserted that “chaos is inevitable.”