April 27, 2024

Chad And Niger Force American Soldiers to Leave

President Joe Biden is likely feeling HUMILIATED after American troops were kicked out of Niger and Chad.

Why were our troops forced out of the African countries?

It all stems from decisions made by President Joe Biden and his administration.

Niger went so far as to call some of our country’s military practices “illegal” and said they “violated all constitutional rules.”

Not long after, it is reported that protests throughout the country of Niger demanded the American troops be forced out of the country.

Joe Biden tried one more time to smooth things over.

In typical Biden fashion, he accomplished nothing and even made things worse than they already had been.

Niger’s Junta officials even went so far to call the attempt “condescending.”

While Niger may have been a bit more likely to kick out American troops, Chad came as a surprise.

In previous encounters, it is said that Chad had always been more welcoming of Americans troops.

However, that ship has sailed, now, too.

Now, a U.S. official whose name was not provided has given a comment to Reuters on the situation.

“I think they asked for our withdrawal because they were not willing to satisfy the concerns that we had. We had concerns about the lack of movement on announcing a transition to democratic rule, and we had some concerns about the external partners that they were seeking to work with,” the source said.

That’s one theory.

Or, possibly, is Niger and Chad’s distaste for American troops due to the complete mismanagement of the Biden administration?

Our relationship with Niger and Chad was extremely important for our counter-terrorism operations.

Now, we essentially back to square one with these two countries.

Biden and his careless actions have REAL consequences for the citizens of this country.

We need someone in the White House who can smoothly grow foreign relations.

One thing is clear -- that person is NOT President Joe Biden.

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