Earlier, ex-President Donald Trump slammed the US withdrawal from Afghanistan as “the greatest foreign policy humiliation in the history of the United States of America” during a rally in Alabama He also laid into President Joe Biden for allowing “weakness in the White House.”
Donald Trump has slammed Joe Biden’s administration for reportedly handing over a list of approved Afghan evacuees to the Taliban*, which has a history of hunting down and executing locals who collaborated with western forces.
Appearing on Fox News’ Hannity on Thursday, Trump was asked by the host to offer his reaction to the purported list, calling it a “death sentence.”
He added that he felt “very very badly” for the Americans and Afghan allies whose names were allegedly on it.
The ex-POTUS has been critical of his successor Biden’s handling of the volatile developments in Afghanistan. The withdrawal of US and NATO forces from the country has been accompanied by a swift offensive by the Taliban, which wrestled control of the country from the western-supported Kabul government in a matter of weeks.
Trump earlier blasted the US withdrawal from Afghanistan as “the greatest foreign policy humiliation in the history of the United States of America” during a rally in Alabama:
“This will go down as one of the great military defeats of all time and it did not have to happen that way,” he told his supporters.
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