Joe Biden wasn’t at the White House dealing with the situation as Afghanistan crumbled.
Instead he had very different priorities.
You won’t believe what Joe Biden was doing in the middle of a crisis.
The Biden administration doesn’t know how many American citizens remain in Afghanistan.
Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby told CNN that “we don’t have an exact count” but “best guess…between five and ten thousand that are near Kabul.”
However that’s a low estimate.
Robert Charles, former assistant secretary of state for President George W. Bush, told Fox News’ Fox & Friends First on Tuesday that there could be as many as 40,000 Americans stranded in the country.
Many children of Americans who were dual citizens have been held up in the country due to lack of papers.
On Monday it was reported that only 150 Americans evacuated, White House officials reported only 700 Americans were evacuated on Tuesday.
There are also thousands of Afghan translators who worked for the American Army for years whose lives are now in danger.
As the President of America during this time it should have been Joe Biden’s top priority to secure the safety of American citizens and allies who have been placed in extraordinary risk by the Taliban.
Yet instead of focusing on the situation in Afghanistan Biden instead called several superintendents who are defying mask mandate bans on Friday.
As reported by The Associated Press, “Biden spoke separately by phone Friday with Superintendent Chad Gestson of the Phoenix Union High School District and interim Superintendent Vickie Cartwright of Broward County Public School, the White House said in a statement Saturday.”
The White House said the president and the superintendents spoke about “their shared commitment to getting all students back in safe, full-time in-person learning this school year” and that Biden “commended their leadership and courage to do the right thing for the health and well-being of their students, teachers, and schools.”
The disaster that’s unfolded in Afghanistan is a direct result of Biden’s lack of action.
Biden only returned to the White House on Monday to give an 18 minute speech where he blamed others for the situation before heading back to Camp David.
Top military said that Biden “waited too long” to begin evacuating American assets before completely withdrawing from Afghanistan.
“We could have done a lot more to help. The administration waited too long,” a military official told Reuters. “Every decision has come too late and in reaction to events that make the subsequent decision obsolete.”
Americans trapped within Afghanistan have been told by the Biden administration that they “cannot guarantee” their safety as they try to make their way to the airport in Kabul.
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