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Donald Trump praised Joe Biden but criticized him for choosing the date

September 11th is forever linked to the devastating terrorist attacks on the United States in 2001, but it is also the date when President Joe Biden said that all U.S. forces should have been withdrawn from Afghanistan after 19 years of the U.S. military presence in the country.

On Sundays gone Former President Donald Trump has criticized Joe Biden for choosing this date which in part he considers too far into the future but Trump also believes it should only be linked to the terrorist attacks and nothing else.

I would like Joe Biden not to use 9/11 as the date for the withdrawal of our troops from Afghanistan, for two reasons. Trump said first, we can do it sooner, and we should do it Who plans is the same Withdrawing 2,500 of the 5,000 American troops in the country before the end of his presidency.

The eleventh of September is a tragic event and a period for our country and should be a day for reflection and remembrance of the lives we lost.

Nevertheless, Trump praised himself The withdrawal, which he described as “a wonderful and positive work,” he writes CNN.

Biden said troops will begin withdrawing on May 1, the date the Trump administration agreed with the Taliban. Some troops will remain to defend US diplomats in the country.

Over the past thirteen years, the United States has reduced its forces abroad from about 400,000 in 2008 to less than 200,000 in 2020, according to statistics published by BBC.

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