President Biden said there was nothing wrong with that. US withdrawal from Afghanistan – In his first interview on the issue after the fall of Kabul, waving scenes of chaos, confusion and despair.
“So you don’t think it could have been handled – it could have been handled somehow better, no mistake?” ABC News George Stefanopoulos asked Biden.
And when Stefanopoulos tried to ask Biden about the horrific scenes of American planes crashing and crashing, the president became a fighter.
“We’ve all seen pictures. We’ve seen hundreds of people packing in C-17s. We’ve seen Afghans fall.
“That was four days ago, five days ago!” Biden shot Stefanopoulos, although the photos were taken on Monday.
“No,” Biden said. “I don’t think it could have been handled in such a way that we would have looked back – but the idea that somehow, there’s a way out without chaos, I don’t know how that happens. I don’t. Find out how it happened. “
The commander-in-chief has previously insisted that his administration did not anticipate how soon. The Taliban will enter the whole country..
The militant group seized the capital, Kabul, on Sunday, forcing several residents to flee to the international airport.
Thousands of Afghans chased and filmed it. And crashed into a US military plane. As he taxed a runway at the airport on Monday, and disturbing footage showed two people dying as soon as the plane took off.
“So for you, that decision was always worth it?” Stefanopoulos asked.
“Yes,” Biden replied, but then modified his answer.
“Now that’s exactly what happened to me,” he said. “But I knew they had a lot going to happen.” What will they do What are they doing now? They are cooperating, letting American citizens out, American officials are leaving, embassies are leaving, and with them, but they are in trouble.