Trump Warns Of American Competitors In Bed With Taliban

Written By BlabberBuzz | Monday, 13 September 2021 23:45

President Donald Trump blasted the Biden administration's withdrawal from Afghanistan and talked about different scenarios that China and Russia could already be reverse-engineering U.S. military equipment left behind.

Speaking with host Sharyl Attkisson during an interview that aired Sunday on "Full Measure," Trump excoriated the withdrawal as "incompetent" and warned it will likely endanger the United States and help its enemies.

Trump also expressed much doubt regarding whether the war in Afghanistan is over, noting how many unvetted Afghan refugees are being resettled in the United States and around the world.

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"I don't know because you have people going all over the world and being dropped all over the world right now, and nobody knows who the hell they are, Sharyl," Trump said.

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"These aren't the interpreters that we took. These were people that rushed into the planes, and they were so interested in trying to make it sound like 'Oh, they're doing a good job.' These people, many of these people are going to be terrorists. Okay? They're going to be terrorists. They were very powerful. They were very energetic in getting onto the aircraft."

Trump continued and suggested the nation's adversaries are already taking advantage of the stockpile of weapons, armored vehicles, and aircraft that U.S. forces left behind.

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"Now I'm saying, ‘How can they take this equipment?’ And I guarantee that China and Russia already have our Apache helicopters and they're taking them apart to find out exactly how they're made. They're the best in the world by far. And they're taking them apart so they can make the exact same equipment. They're very good at that. It's a disgrace."

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The U.S. has offered approximately $83 billion worth of training and equipment to Afghan security forces since 2001.

The military left behind around 73 aircraft in Afghanistan, some of which were disabled, according to USA Today.

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Pentagon officials said that soldiers operated Apache attack helicopters at the airport. Afghan pilots reportedly flew some of the advanced aircraft to foreign countries and abandoned much of the rest.

Trump finished his remarks discussing the issue with the Afghani soldiers: "The Afghans, as soon as we announced we're leaving, they'll give up the fight." They were highly paid soldiers. They fought because they made a lot of money. They didn't fight for their country.``

“They fought because they made a lot of money, and it's a disgrace. And as soon as we left, everything I said from years ago turned out to be true. We should have saved those 13 people plus 200 people, and we should have taken out all our equipment, everything. And I said, "I want every bolt. I want every screw. I want every nail. I want everything. I want those tanks. I want it all.”

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