Trump for Afghanistan: ‘We have experienced a huge, huge shame’

WASHINGTON – Donald Trump described as “disgraceful” the decision to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan, which was taken by the administration of the current head of the White House, Joe Biden, learned citing

Trump made a statement on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. The video message of the former American president was shown on Saturday at a rally of Christian activists on the central boulevard of the American capital. The recording was posted on Twitter by Republican Press Secretary Liz Harrington.

“We’ve been through a huge, huge embarrassment over the last week, something terrible has happened, terrible decisions have been made by this administration,” Trump said, referring to the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan. “But you have the courage and you’re just wonderful, so it will be possible to make up for that,” the former president added, addressing the audience.

The rally of Christian activists, which showed Trump’s video message, was not initially commemorated on the twentieth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.

Biden’s political opponents have criticized the process of withdrawing US forces from Afghanistan. Following the August 26 bombing of Kabul airport that killed more than 200 people, including 13 U.S. soldiers, several influential Republicans called for Biden’s resignation or impeachment, prompting him to allow the attack in the Afghan capital.


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