#UK Donald Trump threatened to ‘obliterate’ Afghan leader during tense talks while he was president #UKnews
Former President Trump blasted President Biden’s dealing with of the Afghanistan withdrawal in a sit-down interview with Fox News as he instructed instructed Sean Hannity a narrative of why the Taliban feared him an excessive amount of to take over the nation.
‘Under my conversations with Abdul, who’s the leader of the Taliban, for 18 months, we did not lose one soldier,’ Trump stated, referring to Abdul Ghani Baradar, co-founder and senior member of the Taliban.
Trump then instructed Hannity he threatened to ‘obliterate’ Abdul if he didn’t observe his orders.
‘Didn’t you at one point tell him, “I do know precisely the place you’re,” and give him the exact coordinates where he was?” Hannity requested.
‘No,’ Trump replied. ‘I sent him a picture of his house.’
‘He said, “But why however why do you ship me an image of my home?” I said, “You have to determine that one out.”‘
‘Didn’t you at one point tell him, “I do know precisely the place you’re,” and give him the exact coordinates where he was?” Hannity requested. ‘No,’ Trump replied. ‘I despatched him an image of his home’
‘Under my conversations with Abdul, who’s the leader of the Taliban, for 18 months, we did not lose one soldier,’ Trump stated, referring to Abdul Ghani Baradar, co-founder and senior member of the Taliban
Trump additional recalled: “I said, “If you do something, we’re going to hit you more durable than any nation has ever been hit.” He said, “I perceive, your Excellency.”‘
‘I’m the one who got it down to very few soldiers. I wanted to get out,’ Trump said, referring to the last 2,500 U.S. service members who remained in Afghanistan at the end of his presidency. ‘We would have had a very similar schedule, but I would have taken the military out last.’
Trump had long called for an end to the Afghanistan war and planned to withdraw all U.S. troops by May 1, 2021. However, he claims he had a plan that would have ensured a less frenzied exit.
‘I would have taken the best equipment in the world military equipment, $85 billion worth of military equipment we left behind. And by the way, 13 soldiers were killed,’ he said, referring to the 13 Marines who died in an explosion trying to evacuate U.S. citizens and allies as the Taliban took over Kabul.
Biden was widely panned for the chaotic security situation that left the Kabul airport vulnerable to the devastating suicide attack that killed 170 Afghan civilians and 13 US service members in August 2021. Critics and supporters alike have worried about the long-term ramifications – such as a broken promise not to leave Americans behind and the blow American credibility suffers with its allies.
In another wild moment during the interview Trump claimed that Venezuela is ‘opening its prisons’ to send criminals into the U.S. and said that immigrants are ‘poisoning’ our country under President Biden.
Asked by Fox News’ Sean Hannity how fast he could get the nation back to what it was under his administration, Trump said he could get most things back ‘very quickly,’ aside from the migrants who have ‘poisoned’ the country.
Asked if he would deport the millions of unlawful migrants who have entered the country under President Biden, Trump said, ‘The bad ones, the bad ones.’
‘Millions and millions of people have poisoned our country,’ Trump said.
‘Yesterday I heard that Venezuela is emptying their prisons out into the United States,’ the former president told Hannity. ‘I’m almost surprised it took them so long.’
So far this fiscal year border agents have faced an all-time record 2,150,000 migrants encounters at the southern border.
Trump was referring to a Breitbart news report about a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) intelligence report warning prisoners freed by the Venezuelan regime were seen traveling with caravans to the U.S. in Mexico in July.
A supply instructed the outlet that with out diplomatic relations with Venezuela, figuring out migrants with felony data is almost unattainable.