On his way to Camp David for the rest of the weekend from his home in Wilmington, Delaware, President Biden didn’t have anything to say to reporters about what’s unfolding in Afghanistan. Meanwhile, Pentagon press secretary John Kirby’s press conference had a bit of a “blame Trump” moment.
As for the United Nations, they’re taking a predictable approach:
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — UN chief urges Taliban to immediately halt their Afghan offensive, negotiate in good faith to avert prolonged civil war.
— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) August 13, 2021
If that doesn’t work, a strongly worded letter should do it!
If a strongly worded letter doesn’t stop them, nothing will
— Nathan Biller (@Bored_In_USA) August 13, 2021
This statement shows Trump was again right in his view of the UNITED NATIONS 🤔
— Mermaid11 (@betagoldfish) August 13, 2021
UN is living upto Trump's opinion of it. https://t.co/Qv4ojQM5xO
— Rolee Kachru (@Rolee_Kachru) August 13, 2021
Taliban on the way to their next conquest after hearing about the UN chief…. pic.twitter.com/IGBJQVxNIG
— Pro-Vax (@aarond23) August 13, 2021
When the Taliban hear the request of the UN chief pic.twitter.com/S0s9MakEnU
— Gonzales (@Gonzale36704754) August 13, 2021
That outta do it
— Justin Satzman (@jsatz23) August 13, 2021
— Coalregard (@coalregard) August 13, 2021