The Taliban Feared Trump And Didn’t Dare Move On His Watch

They laugh at Biden.

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The Taliban sized Joe Biden up pretty quickly and made their move. They wouldn’t have dared do this to a Trump administration.

FNC: “Former President Trump lambasted President Biden over his chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan, saying the Taliban’s stark change in behavior with the change in administrations proves the issue was with the person not the plan.

‘It would’ve been the exact opposite,’ Trump told Premiere Networks hosts Clay Travis and Buck Sexton earlier this week.”

Trump: “We were in perfect shape. Abdul – he’s now the head guy – he was the one I was dealing with [when] I said there would be hell to pay if you touch any American soldiers or Americans. They didn’t meet some of them (conditions) so we bombed the hell out of them.”

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“I said I want every nail, every screw, every tank, every plane –  those planes are in very good working order – you look at Apaches they coast a fortune – tens of millions. It’s just disgraceful – I think its the greatest embarrassment in the history of our country,” Trump said.

The former president added, “Tremendous disrespect was paid by Biden when he kept looking at his watch over and over again— every time a  coffin came off the plane, he was looking at his watch. The parents are angry, as they should be,” he said. “Nobody should’ve been killed [but] after I got out, Abdul and his group went wild.”

A Trump administration State Department official, Matt Mowers, agreed with Trump. Mowers is running for Congress and intends to make the Afghanistan bugout a major issue in his campaign.

“It has to be because what we’ve seen the current administration do in Afghanistan has been nothing short of disastrous. And I don’t take joy in saying that. I really don’t,” the Republican candidate in New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District said.

“It really didn’t have to be this way. I served in the State Department. Saw first-hand what it takes to make good, sound, decisions to put America’s security and national interests first while also protecting the stability of our allies around the world,” Mowers commented.

“Had they [Biden and his advisers] followed through and actually made smart, solid, decisions on this, I think you would have seen a different outcome…they did all this totally backwards. Instead of evacuating Americans first…they receded from Bagram Airbase and handed it over essentially, leaving it as a sitting duck nearly a month and a half ago… this is just poor decision making and poor judgement.”

“…there have been administrations of both parties going back 20 years who’ve made mistakes in Afghanistan. Nobody has gotten this perfect. Mowers said the Trump administration “was looking out for the safety and security of American troops and American people on the ground” and that “if the Taliban didn’t hold up their end of the deal in working with the duly elected Afghan government, then America’s posture would change.” But that was then and Biden is now, much to the misfortune of America and Afghanistan.

David Kamioner
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David Kamioner is a veteran of U.S. Army Intelligence and an honors graduate of the University of Maryland's European Division. He also served with the Pershing Nuclear Brigade and the First Infantry Division. Subsequent to that he worked for two decades as a political consultant, was part of the American Red Cross Hurricane Katrina disaster relief effort in Louisiana, ran a homeless shelter for veterans in Philadelphia, and taught as a college instructor. He serves as a Contributing Editor for LifeZette.

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John Bayer
John Bayer
8 months ago

“Abdul” is only part of a name–meaning “slave/follower of”–so there must be more to the guy’s moniker.

Cindy Hayes
Cindy Hayes
8 months ago

This is the left again making the right defend and explain things that is common sense to most of us. This is because the weak Republicans allowed the left to trash Trump over everything.

Trump has been a successful international businessman his entire adult life. Yes, he was born into wealth but so were many elites to include his brother who suffered alcoholism. In fact we usually see “rich kids” blow all their family money but Trump is a different animal. A curious strategic thinking animal who speaks to the average Joe to find out what he wants.

He is methodical, knowledgeable in world business and a tight wad. Under budget and on time was a habit so we don’t think for a minute that he would have left anything of value to the enemy. Not his style.

I don’t consider a career politician with a record of failure in foreign policy more qualified than an international businessman with a record in success. It’s called common sense and it’s time our paid fools use some.