Trump did not rule out the return of the U.S. military to Afghanistan

Former U.S. President Donald Trump said that the U.S. army could return to Afghanistan to protect 45 thousand fellow citizens who remained in the republic.

He again accused the current leader, Joe Biden, of making a “terrible decision” to withdraw the United States army.

“We may be forced to enter. Maybe we won’t, but maybe we will. If you are not ready to enter, you will never see those 45 thousand people again,” Trump said at a rally of supporters.

The former U.S. president is convinced that there are not 10 thousand American citizens in Afghanistan, as was announced earlier, but 45 thousand American citizens.

Trump also called the Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, who fled abroad, a fraudster. The former U.S. president accused him of “flying away with a lot of money.”

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