Joe Biden is spending his Labor Day weekend in his home state of Delaware despite the ongoing crisis in Afghanistan.

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Secretary of State Antony Blinken recently admitted up to 200 Americans remain stranded in Afghanistan.

Republicans across the board roundly criticized him for his lack of leadership in a time of crisis. This comes as a suicide bomber in Kabul killed 13 servicemembers on August 26.

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Alabama’s Mo Brooks called out Biden:

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Republican leader Mark Meadows also chimed in:

Rep. Jim Jordan referred to Benghazi in his criticism of Biden:

In a press conference last week, Secretary of State Blinken said they “believe there are still a small number of Americans, under 200 and likely closer to 100, who remain in Afghanistan and want to leave,” adding that “a new chapter of engagement with Afghanistan has begun.” This is a strikingly different tone than “the United States does not negotiate with terrorists.” Whatever lies ahead between the United States and Afghanistan will be revealed in time. Still, regardless, it is a foreign policy mess that only Joe Biden and his administration could’ve screwed up.

Republicans are eagerly looking to November 2022 to capitalize on the Biden administration’s grave mistake, perhaps paving the way for the return of President Trump in 2024.

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