Report: White House Declined Taliban Offer to Have U.S. Troops Control Kabul During Evacuation

Report: White House Declined Taliban Offer to Have U.S. Troops Control Kabul During Evacuation
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In the latest act of insanity of Biden administration to be revealed, we learn that the White House declined a Taliban offer to have U.S. troops control Kabul during the evacuation.

As was initially reported in the Washington Post of all places, this occurred during an in-person meeting of senior U.S. military leaders in Doha, including commander of U.S. Central Command Kenneth McKenzie, who spoke with the head of the Taliban’s political wing Abdul Ghani Baradar.

Baradar reportedly said “We have a problem. We have two options to deal with it: You [the United States military] take responsibility for securing Kabul or you have to allow us to do it.” Biden remained resolute in his decision to withdrawal all troops, with the collapse of the Afghan government having no effect on his opinion.

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