Washington. US President Joe Biden addressed for the first time on Wednesday after the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan. During this he said that Afghanistan America’s mission was successful. But the fight against terrorism will continue. The US President said, ‘I am sure that the decision to withdraw the army from Afghanistan is the most correct, the wisest and the best.’
Meanwhile, Biden remembered his late son, Beau Biden, who had served in Iraq for a full year. Beau said he was committed to stopping the war in Iraq. Beau died in 2015 at the age of 46 from brain cancer. Biden said, ‘I don’t think enough people understand how much we’ve asked for 1 percent in this country. My son also left for the country. Beau had previously served in Iraq for a full year. He wanted to stop the war. I may have decided to end the war in Afghanistan for the sake of the late son too.
The President raised many issues related to America, Afghanistan, ISIS in his speech. Read the highlights of his speech…
Trump took wrong decisions
Blaming former President Donald Trump for the deal with the Taliban, Joe Biden said, “When he came to office, the Taliban was at its strongest military position since 2001.” He controlled almost half of the country. The previous administration’s agreement said that if we stick to the May 1 deadline, which Trump signed, the Taliban will not attack any US military. But if we stop, the Taliban will go all the way.
Trump took the wrong decision