Biden is asleep on the job
I congratulate President Biden on his distinctive qualitative international Climate Change power-napping skills.
This phenomenon coupled with snoring especially with face mask is embarrassingly endearing especially when an aide was promptly sent over to nudge the First Senior as sugar plums danced in his head. In my childish one liner state I hearken to the ABC television's George Stephanopoulous interview, as Pres. Sleepy referred to our pullout of Afghanistan he said, "I don't think it was a failure," even as scenes of Afghans clinging to and falling to their deaths from evacuation planes and Americans being left behind played on television. He also said, "We're going to do everything in our power to get all Americans out and our allies out and the Taliban would help," as CNN confirmed that Americans hoping to leave were being stopped at Taliban checkpoints after the Bagram Base collapse and there were insufficient forces to secure the airport perimeter. Final tally 169 dead including 13 U.S soldiers after a suicide bombing.
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