Of course, since they both play for the same party – Obama has to support his choices, though I don’t think that he really digz them.
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Obama said in a statement “time to turn the page” on America’s longest-running war.
“President Biden has made the right decision in completing the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Afghanistan,” Obama stated. “It has been a long and arduous struggle in Afghanistan, rooted in our response to the deadliest terrorist attack on the U.S. homeland in our history.”
“American troops, diplomats, and development workers can take pride in their efforts to deliver justice for 9/11, destroy al Qaeda’s safe haven, train Afghan Security Forces, and support the people of Afghanistan,” he added.
Obama went on, touching the “very difficult challenges and further hardship ahead in Afghanistan,” adding that the States must remain engaged in the country diplomatically since they need to protect and promote human rights.
“But after nearly two decades of putting our troops in harm’s way, it is time to recognize that we have accomplished all that we can militarily and that it’s time to bring our remaining troops home,” Obama continued. “I support President Biden’s bold leadership in building our nation at home and restoring our standing around the world.”
“I am now the fourth American president to preside over an American troop presence in Afghanistan. Two Republicans. Two Democrats. I will not pass this responsibility to a fifth,” Biden said in his speech. “It is time to end America’s longest war. It is time for American troops to come home.”
Finally, we see support from the current President to the choices and plans that derive from President Donald Trump. Although he said that the troops would be gathered home from Afghanistan latest by May, Biden stated that on the 1st of May, they will begin the gathering of the troops.