It’s been a while since former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani was front and center in the news. But, he just had some words to share about President Joe Biden and terrorism.
“Former New York City Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani said Sunday he is “very upset” on the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks because the Taliban is back in charge in Afghanistan, faulting President Biden in harsh terms on the sidelines of an event honoring a 9/11 nonprofit,” according to The Washington Times.
“Mr. Giuliani said the goal of the 20-year war was to keep Afghanistan from becoming a haven for groups like al Qaeda, which plotted the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
“‘I think we’re back where we started from. And I think that we got paid back very seriously for electing a president who’s mentally impaired,’ Mr. Giuliani told The Washington Times in a brief interview at the event in northern New Jersey. ‘The whole purpose of that war was to have our soldiers there so they couldn’t plan to come and attack us. So now what has Biden done? He’s taking the soldiers out. They’re coming out of the woodwork like crazy.’ [emphasis added]
“‘This is like a field day for terrorists,’ he said.”
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“Trump is a rational human being that has all his mental capacity,” he said. “Even if he had decided to pull out, he would have pulled out in a way that was planned, done logically and sensibly.”https://t.co/U39KW0neJz
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) September 6, 2021