"Use any word you want to use," Trump told Wednesday's "Greg Kelly Reports." "To imagine that you take out your military before you take out your U.S. citizens, and the civilians and others that may be helping us – to even think of that, it's not something that can be believed."
"There's never been anything so poorly handled," he went on. "We used to talk about the southern border that you know – we had the southern border the best it's ever been, now it's the worst it's ever been – but this is blowing it away."
Trump blasted the vacationing Biden in an empty situation room at Camp David, Maryland, calling the photos put out by the White House a mere photo op – ironically a phrase used to disparage his presidential walk to an arson-hit church outside the White House amid George Floyd riots last summer.
"It was just a setup picture to try and show that he's working, and he's not working," Trump stated. "And more importantly than not working, their thought processes are wrong. The whole group of them, they don't know what they're doing."
"And by the way, who could even think something like this was going to happen, but they knew that there would be hell to pay, and it would start right at their village where they all lived – where they lived very happily. We had this worked out. It was going to be great."
Biden, who had returned to the White House from his vacation at Camp David a day earlier than planned, had a call with Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday night regarding the situation in Afghanistan in the wake of the Taliban takeover.
Johnson is the first world leader he’s engaged with since Kabul fell as Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reveals he consulted with Hillary Clinton on Afghanistan efforts.
“He has not yet spoken with any other world leaders,” national security adviser Jake Sullivan said during a briefing earlier Tuesday.