February 17, 2024

Biden Says He Doesn't Think American Deaths Were Due To His Mistake

Former President Joe Biden has blood on his hands, and he has no remorse.

The decision to pull out of Afghanistan resulted in absolute disaster.

Yet Joe Biden has said he doesn't think that meant it was a mistake.

Reporter Alexander Ward has released excerpts from a new book that has yet to be published, which outlines the shocking revelations.

During the withdrawal in which American soldiers pulled out of Afghanistan, a suicide bomber set off a device at the airport in Kabul.

13 service members lost their lives.

“Biden told his top aides, [national security adviser Jake] Sullivan included, that he stood by them and they had done their best during a tough situation,” Ward said.

Ward also wrote that Biden “didn’t believe anyone had made a mistake.”

Ward also received comments from Biden’s administration that “there wasn’t even a real possibility of a shake-up" in terms of top military personnel.

In the excerpts, Ward went on to say that “no one offered to resign, in large part because the president didn’t believe anyone had made a mistake. Ending the war was always going to be messy.”

The book is called The Internationalist: The Fight to Restore Foreign Policy After Trump.

No matter how you feel about Ward’s political views, it will likely not be hard to see just how ridiculous Joe Biden’s logic is, no matter how the author presents the information.

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