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“The world should have learned its lesson and this is the enjoyable moment of victory,” Zabihullah Mujahid, the Taliban spokesman said in a video. “Americans could not achieve their goal through military operations,” Mujahid said.
In a speech Biden delivered to the nation, he provided a false choice: “The previous administration’s agreement said that if we stuck to the May 1st deadline that they had signed on to leave by, the Taliban wouldn’t attack any American forces. But if we stayed all bets were off. So we were left with a simple decision: Either follow through on the commitment made by the last administration and leave Afghanistan or say we weren’t leaving and commit another tens of thousands more troops going back to war. That was the choice. The real choice between leaving or escalating.” The other choice that Biden did not mention was to leave the 2,500 troops in Afghanistan as they were holding the Taliban in check.
Joe Biden repeatedly says he’s not in charge when speaking to the media – so who is? We’ll ask that question and much more on the failure and future of Afghanistan with General Don Bolduc on The Voice of a Nation.
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