The president did exactly the opposite of what had served him well with vaccines and his stimulus plan by promising an orderly exit but delivering a deadly mess.
The president followed through on a campaign pledge to end the 20-year war in Afghanistan but spent much of his speech rebutting the evacuation's critics.
"The level of stupidity — and we had a great deal," Trump boasted in his usual mangled syntax.
After years of ignoring Afghanistan, many close to the Biden White House — and the president himself — feel some major outlets are adopting a pro-war stance.
Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, spoke amid criticism that the Biden administration didn't prepare for a rapid Taliban takeover of Afghanistan.
The president’s speech captured the futility of prolonging the U.S. mission but offered little reflection on how America created the conditions for the Taliban to repress millions of Afghans.
"We would have been back at war with the Taliban,” he said of the result of U.S. troops staying in Afghanistan any longer.
Barrack, who chaired Donald Trump's inaugural committee, altered the former president's statements and policy on behalf of the Emirates, an indictment says.
Journalist Adel Al-Hasani told HuffPost how the UAE and its allies in Yemen tried to silence him, and warned of further human rights violations.
“This is not about trust. This is about self-interest," Biden said after meeting with the Russian president in Geneva.