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Former Vice President Mike Pence called on President Joe Biden and his administration to join weak leadership on the global stage, warning that his position would only encourage malicious behavior from America’s enemies.

Pence told “Hannity” that the Biden administration’s disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan was the worst foreign policy debacle since Democratic President Jimmy Carter oversaw the Iran hostage crisis.

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“It was never supposed to happen,” Pence said of Biden’s Afghan crisis.

“The deal that our administration negotiated actually expired in February of 2020. It was only a few weeks after President Trump ordered the ouster of Qasem Soleimani. To dismantle the ISIS caliphate and bring down Abubakar. It was only a few months after he was taken away by al-Baghdadi.”

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Pence said he was in the room when Trump warned Taliban leader Abdul Baradar of dire consequences if he harmed Americans in Afghanistan — and Baradar’s voice belied his understanding that the Palm Beach Republican meant that. what did they say.

“We went 18 months in Afghanistan without a single American casualty,” he said.

“Weakness breeds evil, Sean, and there is no question that the weakness proved by the Biden administration – I would say the beginning when they were silent when thousands of rockets from Hamas were raining thousands of rockets on Israel, our cherished ally – signaled in Afghanistan. Were sent that we will not respond.”

Former Indiana governor and Congressman Pence said he recently spent time with the family of Hoosier State native Humberto Sanchez – one of 13 US military servicemen killed in a suicide bombing during Biden’s return.

Pence said Biden’s weakness on the world stage is inexplicably contrasted by the “heavy-handed” regime toward American citizens.

“We have a president who is vulnerable overseas but is very content to lecture the American people about the vaccine mandate,” he said, adding that Biden is also acting with abandon in his quest to see that The former vice president has called the “biggest tax hike”. In the history of the country “Through Congress.

He said, “We have to dig into this, tell the story of what they’re doing. I truly believe that the voice of the American people can back this big government socialist bill. I’m doing my level best.”

During his interview, Pence also commented on the ongoing speculation about his relationship with Trump following disagreements over the authentication of the election results when the vice president was presiding over the US Senate.

“You can’t spend nearly five years at a political foxhole with someone without developing a strong relationship,” he said.

“January 6 was a sad day in our nation’s history. But thanks to the efforts of Capitol Hill Police, federal officials, the Capitol was secured and we got our job done. The President and I sat down and talked a few days later. All. I can tell you that we parted ways amicably at the administration end and we’ve talked several times since we both left office.”

Pence said he and Trump are united in a race like Glenn Youngkin’s gubernatorial bid in Virginia, along with a focus on the 2022 midterm.

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He said the media is trying to use his and Trump’s relationship as a speculative nail to divert attention from Biden’s failures, as well as to “degrade the character and intentions of the 74 million Americans who Believed that we could be strong and prosperous again and supported our administration in 2016 and 2020.”

“For our part, I really believe that we should all be fully focused on the future. That’s where I’m focused.”