Biden’s Lessons Learned Report Claims Donald Trump Policies Responsible For Afghanistan | Wayne Dupree

The after-action study of the departure from Afghanistan by the Biden administration was finished on Thursday. It supported the choice to leave and said that there were no other options available because of the Trump administration’s activities. 

Speaking on the article, national security spokesman John Kirby made it clear that leaving Afghanistan was the right choice and that the Biden administration’s options were constrained by the Trump administration’s poor planning, according to ABC News.

According to the report’s executive summary, the directive to reduce American force levels apparently strengthened the Taliban.


In his remarks on Thursday, Kirby stated that the president’s decision to stop the war in Afghanistan was the right one.

“He is the commander in chief, and as such, he is solely responsible for the activities carried out by our men and women and the directives he issues. He continued, “And he still thinks the decision to leave Afghanistan was the right one. 

In August 2021, the United States withdrew its troops from Afghanistan, which led to the Taliban retaking control of the nation and the deaths of 13 American servicemen.

Additionally, Kirby claimed that part of the intelligence provided to Biden regarding the state of the Afghan government was inaccurate.

He said that several assessments that had been given to him afterwards turned out to be inaccurate, incorrect, or had different results than what he had been told they would.

According to a U.S. official, the reports were provided to lawmakers via a secure link so that members could access them online, according to ABC News.

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