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According to Fox News: Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said Wednesday that President Joe Biden would not be impeached over his withdrawal from Afghanistan because both the House and Senate are Democrat-controlled. “The president is not going to be removed from office,” McConnell said during an event in Pikeville, Kentucky. “Its a Democratic house, a narrowly Democratic Senate, that’s not going to happen.” McConnell
President Biden told Afghan former President Ghani to lie to Americans and the world about how things were going in Afghanistan. But this, you see, was a private conversation. Let’s not talk about it. Donald Trump’s conversations with foreign leaders were PUBLIC conversations. Get it?
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What an immeasurable tragedy. This report also notes that among the Afghan interpreters left behind was one who personally saved Biden during one of his trips to the country. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki’s response to him was, “Thank you for the role you’ve played.”
When ABC’s liberal Martha Raddatz has turned against a Democratic president, you know things are bad. One of the indicators of just how much President Biden has screwed up is that even much of the liberal press has done fairly critical reporting about the Afghanistan withdrawal. Sure, the pile-on would be even worse if it were Donald Trump. But the reporting has been surprisingly negative
Just weeks before the Taliban took over the country, President Biden told Afghan President Ghani to lie if he had to about how the battle was going in order to change a “perception” problem. According to Reuters: In the last call between U.S. President Joe Biden and his Afghanistan counterpart before the Taliban seized control of the country, the leaders discussed military aid, political strategy