Last week, Nikki Haley blasted the US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, accusing the Biden administration of “completely” surrendering to the Taliban*.
Former US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley has gone ahead with her criticism of the White House’s efforts to withdraw American forces from Afghanistan, where she said the situation is “beyond disgusting”.
Haley expressed concern over what America’s allies “are saying” behind Washington’s back amid the Biden administration’s hasty evacuation from Afghanistan.
“Did you [ever] think that NATO was thinking about doing things without the US”, the ex-US envoy to the UN said, arguing that “our allies are having conversations without us”.
The ex-South Carolina governor described the developments as “catastrophic for America”, which she said “is not a good look”.
“It is not a good time, it is not a safe feeling, we have to do something about it – we can’t sit back. We can’t be victims. […] The military families are bonded in our sadness because this did not have to happen”, Haley added, apparently referring to the manner the White House is dealing with the troop pullout.
The comments followed the US ambassador to the UN taking aim at POTUS in a series of tweets last week, when she called for Biden’s resignation over the Afghan crisis, but warned “that would leave us with Kamala Harris which would be ten times worse”.
In a separate tweet, Haley hit out at the US president’s refusal to extend the 31…