Donald Trump criticises ‘incompetence’ of Biden administration

Former US President Donald Trump criticises the 'incompetence' of Biden administration and refused to attend the 9/11 memorial ceremony in New York.

Former United States (US) President Donald Trump has vehemently criticized President Joe Biden and the ‘incompetence’ of his administration during the frenzied end to the longest war in US history.

According to the details, former president called the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan ‘horrible’ on the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks (a.k.a. 9/11 attacks) on the World Trade Center building in New York City.

During his visit to the New York Police Department’s 17th precinct, he said “it’s a horrible thing that took place, a horrible, horrible thing. It looked like we retreated, it looked like we gave up. Like, they use the word surrender.”

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“And we didn’t surrender, our people didn’t surrender and our soldiers sure as hell didn’t surrender,” former president told officers at the precinct.

It is to be remembered that during his presidency, Donald Trump brokered a deal with the Taliban in February 2020 that would have seen all American troops out of Afghanistan by May 2021. However, in return assurances and security guarantees were obtained from the Taliban.

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US President Joe Biden extended the date of troops withdrawal to August 31, 2021 but lifted all conditions. Later on August 15, 2021, the Afghan government collapsed as the Taliban captured Kabul, giving US and its allies two weeks to evacuate.

According to reports, it was regarding as one of the biggest airlifts in history as Afghans desperate to flee crowded the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul.

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Furthermore, it is to be noted that Donald Trump and Melania refused to attend today’s 9/11 memorial ceremony at Ground Zero in New York that was attended by Presidents Joe Biden, Barack Obama, and Bill Clinton and First Ladies Jill Biden, Michelle Obama, and Hillary Clinton.

In a video message, former President Donald Trump also accused President Biden of relying on a teleprompter saying it’s “so sad for the United States of America.

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