According to President Joe Biden, no one has come up with a strategy to suggest withdrawing without anyone being injured. Biden claims he opposed the war in Afghanistan from the start, blaming the president for the country’s catastrophic departure. Over the next 20 years, we’ll be spending $300 million every week in Afghanistan, Biden adds.
Everyone says they could have gone out without hurting anyone, he explained. However, No one has come up with a means to show him how it works. Biden’s claim that he opposed the war “from the outset” paralleled comments he made in a 2019 interview with the Seacoast Media Group’s editorial board. As has been frequently pointed out, he’s the one who said they shouldn’t be going into Afghanistan, he stated at the time.
He supported George W. Bush’s 2001 authorization of military force against nations, organizations, or individuals deemed to have assisted in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. When Biden was president in 2009, he promoted his opposition to then-President Barack Obama’s “surge” of extra soldiers into Afghanistan. However, Biden’s opposition does not imply that he has been against that war from the outset. Critics accuse Biden of, among other things, breaching his vow not to abandon Americans.
On August 16, President Joe Biden said that, If any American citizens are remaining, they’re going to stay to get them all out. President Biden stated on August 31, only 15 days later, that roughly 100 to 200 Americans remain in Afghanistan with some intention of leaving. That’s a longtime mentality, not only of the military but also of America, says Lt. Gen. William Boykin.
Moreover, following the departure of thousands of soldiers from Afghanistan, retired Gen. William Boykin has called for the resignation of President Joe Biden’s senior military and diplomatic leaders. President George W. Bush and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, both of whom resigned in the wake of the military pullout, appointed Boykin as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
President Biden claims that the situation in Afghanistan is far worse than the one that led to the rise of the Islamic State in Iraq. Retired Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg: The post-withdrawal scenario in Afghanistan for US soldiers will be considerably worse than in Iraq.