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Joe Biden is now talking about how they’ve been in Afghanistan for a while

Now, Joe Biden cannot rule out the possibility that US soldiers will remain in Afghanistan after August 31. The US President gave an interview to ABC TV, in which he explained in a puzzling manner about the American collapse, and its details were announced (the interview will be broadcast at dawn in Hungary on Friday). Biden again denied all responsibility and also denied that military leaders opposed a complete troop withdrawal. It is clear that the US President is already talking backwards, and completely out of control.

According to the US State Department, 7,000 people have been evacuated from Kabul so far, and 6,000 are still waiting at the airport.

US forces will remain until all US citizens there are evacuated, so they may stay after August 31 Biden said in a television interview that the American press reported the details.

The president – who said on July 8 that everything was fine, the American-trained Afghan force was stronger than the Taliban and would retain power – now claimed that chaos was inevitable and could not be done better. He didn’t talk about why he hadn’t mentioned Chaos earlier, why he said everything was fine.

Biden also claimed that there was no “consensus” on the various intelligence reports. But in fact, this means that he did not accept the warnings of intelligence officers.

The US president responded shockingly to the abuse and mistreatment of women and girls in Afghanistan: “It is unreasonable to defend women’s rights by military force.” Instead, he said, “diplomatic and international pressure” should compel human rights violators to change their behavior – as if Islamic extremists ever dealt with diplomatic pressure, especially the view of the United States, with which it is unlikely to have a diplomatic relationship. This means that the Democratic president has clearly said that nothing will be done for women.

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