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Trump accuses Biden of surrendering to “Taliban” – political – news


Former US President Donald Trump has accused his current successor, Joe Biden, of surrendering to the Taliban in Afghanistan.

Trump said on Monday that Biden’s Afghanistan policy had destroyed “confidence in US power and influence” and that the consequences of the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan under his leadership would have been “completely different.”

During his tenure, Trump paved the way for the withdrawal of US troops through a deal with the Taliban, and according to Trump’s plans, these forces should be withdrawn last May, but Biden postponed sticking to his predecessors’ plan.

Biden announced the withdrawal of the remaining 2,500 soldiers in Afghanistan on the twentieth anniversary of the September Atheist Decade attack, a date recently brought to an end in August.

For his part, Trump’s former national security adviser, John Bolten, said in an interview with the Radio (NPR) today that Trump would have behaved like Pitton, the latter sticking to a “wrong” policy. Trump.

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