Biden urged the Taliban to “unite and provide” for the “well-being” of the Afghan people.
While hardly handling a Kabul situation, President Biden decided to fully relay the responsibility for this on Afghanistan itself and completely subdues the Taliban.
Last week, Biden urged the leaders of the Taliban to “unite and provide” for the “well-being” of the Afghan people.
"Look, the Taliban has to make a fundamental decision. Is the Taliban going to attempt to be able to unite and provide for the well-being of the people of Afghanistan, which no group has ever done, since hundreds of years?" Biden said.
Biden celebrated his administration's efforts to evacuate Americans and the Afghans who aided the U.S.'s war efforts.
"Our first priority in Kabul is getting American citizens out of the country as quickly and as safely as possible," Biden said. He noted that American troops are contacting U.S. citizens in the country by phone, by email, and by others means to ascertain whether or not they intend to flee before the August 31 deadline.
"Any American who wants to get home will get home," the president promised.