President Joe Biden’s team has increasingly grown defensive following the swift Taliban seizure of key Afghan cities after he withdrew American troops.
West Wing officials voiced their frustrations with former President Donald Trump in conversations with Axios reporter Jonathan Swan.
The officials complained that Trump only left them with 3,000 troops in Afghanistan, forcing them to withdraw because there was no way to keep the peace with such a small force, according to the report.
There was an early peace in Afghanistan, team Biden argued, only because Trump agreed to leave on May 1.
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That was an argument that White House press secretary Jen Psaki used in July, noting Biden believed the Taliban “would have been shooting at U.S. troops again after May 1.”
“The withdrawal deadline negotiated by the previous administration kind of set that timeline,” she said.
Biden first chose to extend the deadline for troop withdrawals to September 11, but in July he moved up the timeline to August 31.