President Biden completely fell apart during an ABC interview with George Stephanopoulos about the Afghanistan fiasco. The interview was interesting from the beginning due to its somewhat combative nature. The President was visibly upset numerous times in a very short period of time. Questions about civilians left behind and the infamous airport pictures of people clinging on to the side of a C17 sent Biden into a tizzy. Obviously, this was a far cry from the typical Joe Biden interview.
Mainstream media have developed a reputation for being extremely soft to Biden. This pattern was painfully obvious starting as early as the campaign cycle where any obvious mistake Biden made would essentially get swept under the rug. Most television and newspaper media are left-wing and often collaborate with the political left. Their number one goal during the 2020 election was to remove Donald Trump. They achieved that goal but now they are stuck with a man who is clearly incompetent and not suited for the job.
As Barack Obama allegedly once famously said… “don’t underestimate Joe’s ability to f*** things up”. The Afghanistan situation is by far Biden’s biggest bungle and it may be the proverbial straw to break the camel’s back. It is not clear how the 78-year-old President will come back from this. The interview with George Stephanopoulos was not necessarily difficult, but it was also not soft as usual. No more questions about ice cream and Amtrak trains.
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