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Liberal filmmaker Rob Reiner praised President Biden on the day of America’s Afghanistan withdrawal despite the administration’s admission some Americans who wanted to get out were left behind.
Reiner wrote “America’s 20 year involvement in an unwinable is over. It took the guts of a Commander-in-Chief with the strength and fortitude to withstand the overwhelming barrage of criticism to do what was right.”
However, according to polling the majority do not agree with Reiner.
A recent Ramussen poll asked “How would you rate the Biden administration’s handling of the current situation in Afghanistan?”
A majority, 52 percent, rated Biden’s handling “poor.” Only 21% said “good” and only 11% replied “excellent.”
13 U.S. service members were killed in a Kabul airport attack.
13 fallen U.S. service members returned home after the Kabul airport explosions that killed 11 marines, one army soldier, and one Navy member. President Biden and the First Lady honored the fallen during the “dignified transfer” at the Dover Air Force Base https://t.co/0ZKwZO3IFu pic.twitter.com/MXAFgb1QLY
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) August 30, 2021
General McKenzie acknowledged “No American citizens came out” on the last 5 planes that just left Kabul.
🇺🇸🇦🇫 — MORE: General McKenzie says: “No American citizens came out” on the last 5 planes that just left Kabul — Around 250 American Citizens were left behind. pic.twitter.com/utQQyY2fR4
— Belaaz (@TheBelaaz) August 30, 2021
Sec. of State Blinken says ‘under 200, likely closer to 100’ Americans wishing to leave remain in Afghanistan after US withdrawal pic.twitter.com/7PA0YOcGVr
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) August 30, 2021
A Afghanistan family is speaking out and says 10 family members were killed in a US drone strike on Sunday.
“Why have they killed our family? Our children? They are so burned we cannot identify their bodies, their faces,” Emal Ahmadi pleaded.
“Why have they killed our family? Our children? They are so burned we cannot identify their bodies, their faces.” Relatives blame US for “wrong information” leading to brutal attack that killed up to a dozen Afghan civilians. Pictured are Sumaya, 2, and Farzad, 10, both killed. pic.twitter.com/hC61mqiPyb
— Pearson Sharp (@PearsonSharp) August 30, 2021
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