Biden Sets The Bar Low By Claiming ‘Success’ In Afghanistan, Then Blasts Trump As An Excuse For His Failures

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President Biden, in a defiant address to the nation Tuesday, defended his decision to withdraw all U.S. troops from Afghanistan and shouldered full “responsibility” for the move — while also blaming former President Trump and the Afghan security forces for the crisis leading to the Taliban takeover of the country.

The president, from the White House Tuesday, addressed the nation just a day after the last U.S. troops left Afghanistan, marking an end to America’s longest war.

The president touted one of the “biggest airlifts in history,” noting more than 120,000 individuals were airlifted to safety from Kabul, saying that “no nation has ever done anything like it in all of history,” calling the mission an “extraordinary success.”

The president described the rush to evacuate Americans and Afghan allies as a mission one of “mercy.” But he also noted the terrible toll.

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