Tony Blair slams President Biden for ‘imbecilic’ military pullout

The former prime minister, who sent British troops into Afghanistan in 2001, said the "abandonment of Afghanistan and its people is tragic, dangerous [and] unnecessary".

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Tony Blair has dramatically broken his silence over the crisis in Afghanistan by accusing President Joe Biden of an “imbecilic” decision to pull out US troops.

In a controversial verdict on the unfolding tragedy, he also claims the crisis reveals that the UK risks being relegated to “the second division of global powers”.

He blames Britain being “out of Europe” and “little or no consultation” by “our greatest ally”, the United States, for the UK’s declining influence in the world.

And in a brutal attack on President Biden’s abrupt withdrawal of US troops, he claims it is obvious that the decision to withdraw was not driven by grand strategy but by politics.

“We didn’t need to do it,” Mr Blair writes. “We chose to do it. We did it in obedience to an imbecilic political slogan about ending ‘the forever wars’.”


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