If there is one thing that you never, EVER, want to hear a leader say, it is that they don’t know what to do. Sure, it’s perfectly fine for someone in charge to say that they want to take a minute to figure out what the best course of action is…
But NEVER that they don’t know what to do! I mean, that’s the type of thing that you might hear someone say about what place they want to go for dinner or where they want to go on vacation…certainly not someone in charge of something important.
And especially never someone in charge of something as important as the whole United States!
The Biden-Harris regime is faltering as Biden has proven that he is unable to make even the most fundamental decision as Commander-In-Chief. The Whitehouse now says that it will be “tough” for them to live up to the Diplomatic commitments made by the Trump Administration.
The Associated Press reports, “Biden says that it will be “tough” for the U.S. to meet a May 1 deadline to withdraw troops from Afghanistan but that the complete drawdown won’t take much longer.
The deadline to end America’s longest war six weeks from now was set under an agreement reached by former President Donald Trump and the Taliban, without the buy-in of the Afghan government.”
According to Ky3.com “Biden, in an interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos that aired Wednesday, said he was consulting with allies on the pace of the drawdown. Of meeting the May 1 deadline, he said it “could happen, but it is tough.” If the deadline is extended, he added, it won’t be by “a lot longer.”
According to the peace agreement negotiated by the Trump administration with the Taliban,
“The United States, its allies, and the Coalition will take the following measures in the first one hundred thirty-five (135) days:
1) They will reduce the number of U.S. forces in Afghanistan to eight thousand six hundred (8,600) and proportionally bring reduction in the number of its allies and Coalition forces.
2) The United States, its allies, and the Coalition will withdraw all their forces from five (5) military bases.”
That deadline which falls May 1st is rapidly approaching, and even in the waning days of his Administration, President Trump was steadfast in working to follow through on his decision to not only the Afghanis but to the American people: to finally end the “ridiculous endless wars” in the middle-east.