“It’s time for Biden to resign in disgrace for what he allowed in Afghanistan… This (resignation) should not be such a big deal because he was not legally elected from the very beginning,” Trump said in a statement.
The situation in Afghanistan has worsened in recent weeks with the Taliban offensive on major cities. On Sunday, the media and sources reported that the rebels control all border crossings. The militants later said that they entered Kabul and took control of the presidential palace. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said he left the country “to prevent a massacre.”
Earlier on Sunday, Trump called the development of events in Afghanistan one of the worst defeats of the United States in recent decades. In a new statement, he also blamed the new administration for the widespread of COVID-19, the critical situation on the southern border of the United States, the loss of energy independence, and the country’s undermined economy.