Wednesday, May 25

Emergency in Afghanistan, Trump Asks Biden To Resign.

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After ‘Sad Mess in Afghanistan” Trump calls Biden to give up in disgrace.

Following the Taliban’s victory in Afghanistan on Sunday, Ex-President Trump told Joe Biden to “leave the office.” It’s the perfect moment for Joe Biden to leave position for what he’s let happen in Afghanistan, as well as the COVID flood, the Border calamity, the obliteration of energy freedom, and our weakened economy. The former US president further added that it “shouldn’t be something to laugh about” because, in Trump’s opinion, Biden “wasn’t selected honestly in any case!”According to Donald Trump, the decision of pulling out troops from Afghanistan was not legitimized decision because Joe Biden was elected illegally. While acknowledging the Taliban’s superiority over Afghan forces Donald John Trump had said in February 2020,  after a week of signing the Qatar peace deal that the Taliban could seize power after the evacuation of foreign troops. 2011 was the most dangerous phase of insurgency in Afganistan, at that time about 110,325 US troops were deployed in Afganistan to overcome the deteriorating situation in the country.

Read also : https://shujaatnewsagency.com/2021/08/16/bus-crash-in-hun…ens-dead-wounded/

This is an interesting fact that more than 100,000 American forces were unable to contain the Taliban to a particular region. When all is said and done, it is almost impossible for Afghan and the US lead NATO forces to nip the Taliban in the bud. US military is facing expulsion from Iraq as well. Almost all sides in Iraq are calling to the Americans to pull their military from Iraq after its assassination of Qasem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis. Both anti-ISIS warlords were taken out in Iraq in drone strikes in Iraq on Trump’s order in 2020. That mess was created in Iraq by former President Donald Trump. American President Joe Biden and Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi agreed to phase out U.S. combat soldiers in Iraq by the end of the year, with the U.S. turning towards a cautionary and supportive role in combating the Islamic State.

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