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Video: Trump Slams “Incompetent” Biden Afghanistan Debacle; Allies Confirm It’s Almost Certain He’ll Run In 2024

“We were embarrassed in front of the world”




In an interview with Newsmax Tuesday, President Trump slammed the Biden administration’s calamitous Afghanistan withdrawal, labelling it “the most incompetently handled withdrawal or anything else in the history of our country.”

“We’re embarrassed in front of the world,” Trump continued, adding “I don’t think our country has ever seen a period like this, how badly we’re doing, and then you take a look at the border. And worst of all is what took place in Afghanistan.”

Elsewhere in the interview, Trump said it was incredible that Afghans that were taken out aboard US planes were not vetted.

“It was just revealed today that they didn’t vet the people. They didn’t vet any of these people coming out. They’re vetting them now they’re already out,” Trump warned.

Trump also slammed the decision to leave Americans stranded, stating “Can you imagine getting the military out, before you get your citizens, American people out? They took the military out first. We would have taken it out last.”

The 45th President also blasted the abandonment of military equipment, which has fallen into Taliban hands.

“Brand new Apache, the most incredible weapon you’ve ever seen, the Apache helicopters, brand new – brand new out of the box, as they say – and they got ’em,” Trump said adding “Now they have one of the best-equipped armies in the world, can you believe it? From having knives to having the best planes and tanks and trucks.”

‘Why didn’t we take it out? It’s not even conceivable we didn’t take this stuff out,” Trump urged, adding “We left them airplanes, helicopters, why didn’t we fly that stuff out? Billions of dollars.”


Meanwhile, Joe Biden was heckled in New Jersey with locals calling him “despicable” another yelling “resign, you tyrant!” and a third yelling “You leave Americans behind!” 


Reports have detailed that close allies of Trump believe it is almost certain that he will run against Biden in 2024.

Trump’s former campaign spokesman Jason Miller told reporters “I would say somewhere between 99 and 100 percent. I think he is definitely running in 2024.”

“I had a good conversation with him last night. I’m going to go see him in another couple days here,” Miller added.

Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan was also captured on video responding to the question ‘do you think Trump will run again’ with the answer “I know so”.

“I talked to him yesterday,” Jordan said, adding “he’s about ready to announce after all of this craziness in Afghanistan.”


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    Trump Surges Into 14 Point Lead Over DeSantis

    Potential arrest only appears to be making him more popular.



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    Suggesting that the potential arrest of Donald Trump is actually making him more popular, a new poll shows Trump surging to a 14 point lead over Gov. Ron DeSantis.

    The Monmouth University poll was partly conducted after Trump announced he expects to be arrested this week in connection with an investigation that many have derided as another political witch hunt.

    41 per cent of voters want to see Trump as the Republican nominee, compared to 27 per cent who would vote for DeSantis.

    This 14 point lead represents a dramatic rise from a Monmouth poll released on February 9 which showed Trump and DeSantis were tied at 33 per cent.

    In a hypothetical direct head to head match up, Trump now leads DeSantis by 47 per cent to 46 per cent, a 14 point swing from seven weeks ago when DeSantis led 53 per cent to 40 per cent.

    “Trump and DeSantis are grabbing most of the media attention, so it is not surprising that most Republican voters do not come up with any names other than these two,” said Patrick Murray, director of the independent Monmouth University Polling Institute.

    DeSantis has faced criticism for failing to back Trump enthusiastically enough as the former president faces a likely indictment for ‘hush money’ payments to Stormy Daniels on trumped up charges.

    The Florida Governor did find time to slam New York County District Attorney Alvin Bragg , commenting, “But what I can speak to is that if you have a prosecutor who is ignoring crimes happening every single day in his jurisdiction, and he chooses to go back many, many years ago, to try to use something about porn star hush money payment.”

    However, DeSantis added that he had “real issues” to attend to, causing consternation amongst many Republicans, who see the witch hunt against Trump as a dangerous abuse of the justice system.

    As Zero Hedge reports, steel barricades have been erected around the Manhattan Criminal Court after Trump told his supporters to protest, with 700 riot cops also mobilized as authorities invoke January 6 to ramp up fear.

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    700 NYPD Riot Cops Mobilized, Steel Barriers Deployed Ahead Of Potential Trump Arrest



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    The New York Police Department (NYPD) has mobilized 700 riot cops and deployed steel barricades around the Manhattan Criminal Court in anticipation of civil disorder, should the Manhattan District Attorney’s office order the arrest of former President Donald Trump, following a potential grand jury indictment for allegedly paying a former porn star for her silence ahead of his 2016 presidential campaign.

    As the NY Times gleefully reports, “He would be fingerprinted. He would be photographed. He could even be handcuffed. And if Donald J. Trump is indicted by a Manhattan grand jury in the days ahead for his role in a hush money payment to a porn star, the former president of the United States of America will be read the standard Miranda warning: He will be told that he has the right to remain silent and the right to an attorney.”

    “These are among the routine steps for felony arrests in New York. But the unprecedented arrest of a former commander in chief — one whose devoted supporters once staged a violent attack on the Capitol — will be anything but routine.”

    According to the report, cited by Kyle Becker in Trending Politics“more than a dozen senior Police Department officials and two of the mayor’s top public safety aides held a virtual meeting to discuss security, staffing and contingency plans in the event of any protests, one person with knowledge of the meeting said.”

    The Times drew a parallel between New York City’s security preparations for the potential Trump indictment this week and the Capitol riots on January 6, 2021.

    “That meeting followed a call from Mr. Trump himself, in a post on his site Truth Social on Saturday morning:‘PROTEST,’ he exhorted his supporters. ‘TAKE OUR NATION BACK!’

    “The former president’s rallying cry, with an indictment looming, conjured up memories of the Jan. 6, 2020, assault on the Capitol,” the Times added. -Trending Politics

    As we noted on Monday, House GOP investigators are demanding that the Manhattan DA explain their alleged (leaked) decision to prosecute Trump.

    “You are reportedly about to engage in an unprecedented abuse of prosecutorial authority: the indictment of a former President of the United States and current declared candidate for that office,” reads a Monday letter to Bragg from Reps. Jim Jordan (Judiciary Chairman), James Comer (Oversight Chairman) and Bryan Steil (House Admin Chairman).

    “This indictment comes after years of your office searching for a basis – any basis – on which to bring charges, ultimately settling on a novel legal theory untested anywhere in the cuntry and one that federal authorities declined to pursue.”

    The letter goes on to shred the ‘untested legal theory’ underpinning Bragg’s expected indictment, and calls out former Trump Attorney Michael Cohen, Bragg’s star witness and a convicted perjurer, as having a “serious credibility problem.”

    The letter demands all documents and communications related to the decision.

    This is the type of thing America hates, and it divides America and it is wrong,” McCarthy said this week while conferring with House Republicans in Orlando, Florida. McCarthy has accused Bragg of lowering penalties for criminals in New York while prosecuting his political opponents.

    “It’s interesting to me he spent his whole time as a DA lowering felonies, not to prosecute,” said McCarthy. “I think Republicans and Democrats alike hate this type of justice.”

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    Bellingcat Journo Uses AI to Fantasize About Trump Getting Arrested Before His Crying Family



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    Eliot Higgins, the founder of the “nonpartisan” Bellingcat propaganda outlet that claims to fight “disinformation,” is using Midjourney AI to fulfill his fantasies about former President Donald Trump getting arrested before his crying family. 

    Higgins wanted to see Trump’s wife and son crying out as their loved one was taken away by police. 

    “This blew up etc, so donate to Bellingcat so we can catch bad guys and make scenes like this real,” Higgins said after the post went viral. 

    What a nice glimpse inside the mind of the propagandists at Bellingcat. 

    This post was originally published at Information Liberation

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