Kamala Forced To Speak About Biden’s Failure
After hiding out for several days to avoid having to address President Joe Biden’s catastrophic Afghanistan pullout, Vice President Kamala Harris was finally cornered in Singapore and she was forced to discuss it.
According to Fox News, Kamala was in Singapore to meet Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong when the media decided to ask both leaders about their opinion of the Afghanistan crisis.
“So, I understand and appreciate why you asked the question,” Kamala said after being asked about Afghanistan. “And I think there’s going to be plenty of time to analyze what has happened and what has taken place in the context of the withdrawal from Afghanistan. But right now, we are singularly focused on evacuating American citizens, Afghans who worked with us, and Afghans who are vulnerable, including women and children.”
Harris then said, “we have a responsibility and we feel a deep commitment to making sure that folks who helped us are safe.”
Kamala then defended bumbling Biden and said, he has “shown great emotion in expressing sadness about some of the images we have seen.”
Adding that U.S. cannot be “distracted in any way from what must be our primary mission right now, which is evacuating people from that region who deserve to be evacuated.”
Vice President Kamala Harris said during a visit to Singapore that the U.S. was focusing on evacuation efforts taking place in Afghanistan and that there would be plenty of time to analyze the context of the troop withdrawal https://t.co/3D24Dm7Lkg pic.twitter.com/pYvc22s43n
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