Trump video destroys Biden: “If this isn’t failure, what does failure look like, exactly?”

by Ashley Muñoz

President Trump’s Save America PAC this week released a new video blasting Biden’s disgraceful handling of the U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan.

The video, which was released on Wednesday, shows the tragedies occurring in Afghanistan while Joe Biden reacts, carelessly and unapologetically, to the humanitarian crisis resulting from the Taliban takeover.

The video gives an unfiltered view of the total chaos inside the Taliban-controlled city of Kabul. It shows terrified children crying in the streets, and men and women running frantically.

In the clip, Biden can be heard saying, “we plan for every contingency,” which is a statement that was proven to be critically false after his administration failed to protect U.S. troops from harm and abandoned possibly hundreds of American citizens.

One man is heard screaming in anger at Biden, blaming him for the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. “Mr. Biden, you did this! You made the deal with the Taliban. This is the consequences of it,” the man said.

One of the most damning clips in the video was pulled from an August 18 interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, where Biden is heard promising the return of every American.

“If there are American citizens left, we are going to stay until we get them all out,” Biden promised during the interview. That was proven to be a complete lie after he withdrew troops, leaving at least 100 to 200 U.S. citizens behind, officials confirmed.

The video continued to portray the turmoil and distress of those trying to flee from Taliban rule, as one reporter is heard saying, “tens of thousands of people are being left behind.” Another reporter said, “Dozens and dozens of U.S. citizens went to the airport and the gates never opened.”

In the closing scene, Biden is seen turning his back to the camera in a seemingly appropriate metaphor for how he has turned his back on the United States and every American citizen and ally who was left behind in Afghanistan.

In response to the Biden Administration’s poor handling of the crisis, nearly 90 retired generals and admirals have called on Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley to immediately resign over the “tragic and avoidable debacle.”

President Trump wrote in a short statement included with the video’s release, “A heartbreaking loss for the United States and it’s great Military.”

“We must have hostages released and our Military equipment returned, NOW!” he said.

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