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Unique: senator tom cotton, R-Arc., placed in President Biden To spend your weekend at the beach while Americans are still stranded Afghanistan.

Cotton campaigned in Iowa on behalf of the Republicans at Hawkeye State this weekend, where he sat down for an exclusive interview with Granthshala News that touched on Afghanistan, the border crisis, the 2024 election, and more.


Cotton said the president’s weekend trip to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, is adding “embarrassment” to the “insult”.

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“I think it’s an embarrassment,” said the Republican senator. Joe Biden’s humiliation for recklessly leaving Americans in Afghanistan is to add to the embarrassment.

Cotton continued, “They decided to get our troops out of Afghanistan by September 11, which they considered a politically symbolic date.” “But it was a strategically disastrous date right in the middle of the fighting season as the Taliban geared up to fight again.”

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“And the symbolism turned out to be the flag of the Taliban, which was once the US embassy,” the senator said.

Cotton also accused Biden of “adding insult to the injury by breaking his word” to Americans who are currently “trapped” in Afghanistan when the military left before evacuating them.

“To say nothing of all the green card holders and their families, and the Afghans who served with our soldiers, and who were approved and approved to immigrate to the US – who were also left behind in Afghanistan – Whereas he also brought, apparently, thousands of Afghans who had no explicit ties to the US or any right to immigrate here under our laws,” Cotton said.

The White House declined to comment on the senator’s criticism of the administration’s deadly Afghanistan withdrawal, in which 13 US service members were killed in the Kabul suicide bombing last month.

Houston Keene is a reporter for Granthshala News Digital. You can find him on Twitter at @HoustonKeene.