Trump Slams Afghan Withdrawal On 9/11 Anniversary

'Inept Biden Admin': Trump Slams Afghan Withdrawal On 9/11 Anniversary

“The chief of our nation was made to seem like a idiot,” Donald Trump stated (File)


Former US President Donald Trump used the twentieth anniversary of the 9/11 assaults to slam the “inept administration” of Joe Biden for its “incompetence” over the Afghan withdrawal in a video message on Saturday.

“It is a very unhappy day,” Trump stated within the message, including that September 11 “represents nice sorrow for our nation.”

“It’s also a tragic time for the way in which our warfare on people who did such hurt to our nation ended final week,” he continued.

Trump was referring to the top of the US warfare in Afghanistan, launched within the wake of Al-Qaeda’s assaults on the World Commerce Middle in New York and the Pentagon in Washington DC.

Al-Qaeda had been sheltering in Taliban-held Afghanistan, and the US invasion toppled the fear regime in a bid to search out the group’s leaders.

However the Taliban quickly launched an insurgency and, after twenty years of warfare wherein Afghan civilians paid an outsized value, stormed again to energy final month because the US withdrew all its troops.

“The chief of our nation was made to seem like a idiot and that may by no means be allowed to occur,” he stated.

He blamed “unhealthy planning, unbelievable weak spot and leaders who actually did not perceive what was taking place.”

Trump additionally lamented the deaths of 13 US troops in a bomb blast in Kabul final month through the frenzied evacuation from Afghanistan, and the billions of {dollars} in US navy tools that was left behind and seized by the Taliban “with no shot being fired.”

“Joe Biden and his inept administration surrendered in defeat,” Trump continued.

“We are going to wrestle to get well from the embarrassment this incompetence has brought about.”

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