“No one told me!” The President utterly lost replied!
Join The True Defender Telegram Chanel Here: https://t.me/TheTrueDefender
“An Army investigative report outlined more details on the disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan and included criticism of the administration by military officials. But President Joe Biden declared that he rejected this report,” The Western Journal reported.
“In the 2,000-page Army report, which was released to the Washington Post, high-ranking military personnel faulted the administration and policymakers for not paying attention to what was happening in Afghanistan.
The report also revealed more violence and danger that the American military had experienced, but that had gone unreported.”
When NBC’s reporter asked Biden about the report, Biden made an excuse that is more common among middle-schoolers than adults.
Holt mentioned military leaders were quoted as saying the Biden administration “ignored the handwriting on the wall.”
“Another described getting folks in the embassy ready to evacuate and encountering people who were essentially in the denial of the situation. Does any of that ring true to you?” Holt asked.
“No. No. That’s not what I was told,” Biden said.
Biden gets testy w/Lester Holt during interview, rejects Army report critical of administration’s Afghanistan withdrawal https://t.co/HEqIE80F9D #LyinBiden #ShortTempered #Dementia *WeWon’tForgetAfghanistan&TheDeathsBidenIsResponsibleFor,AlongWithAllThePeopleHeLeftBehind!#Evil
— 🌺🌿jacoo🌿🌺 (@pjkate) February 11, 2022
So child-like behaviour!
But Biden kept digging the hole as he answered more questions about the withdrawal.
“You were told that the U.S. administration officials were prepared, they knew it was time to get out?” Holt asked again.
“No, what I was told … no one told me that … look, there was no good time to get out. But if we had not gotten out, they acknowledged that we would have had to put a hell of a lot more troops back in. It wasn’t just 2,000, 4,000,” Biden said. “We would have had to significantly increase the number of troops and would be back in this war of attrition.”