Saki responds to U.S. lawmakers’ call for Biden’s resignation

White House spokesman Jen Psaki responded to a call from US lawmakers to resign from President Joe Biden on Thursday after 13 U.S. military personnel were killed in a terrorist attack in Afghanistan.

Saki to reporters Press conference Today is “not a political day”, but to celebrate the memory of military personnel. She also followed a message from the president that the United States would attack an ISIS terrorist group in retaliation for Kabul Airport on August 26. attack.

“First of all, I think this is the day when US military personnel (12 of them) died in the hands of terrorists. It’s not political day,” he said.

“Every American, whether elected or not, expects our commitment to stand with us, chase, fight, kill, and respect military memory of terrorists wherever they live. Is for today, “she added.

Saki’s briefing took place at the time of the first report from Pentagon officials, showing that 11 marines and one naval medic were among those killed. According to reports, the thirteenth service member died hours later.

More than 12 Republicans and Senators called for Biden’s resignation on Thursday, but Pusaki was specifically asked only about “two Republicans.” The president leaves the oval office.

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Senator Josh Hawley, Missouri, speaks to reporters as he arrives at the weekly Senate Republican Policy Luncheon on October 20, 2020 in Capitol Hill, Washington. (Stephanie Reynolds / Getty Images)

“Joe Biden is currently overseeing the worst days of the U.S. military in Afghanistan for over a decade, and the crisis is getting worse over time. We are reckless that this is the only option to withdraw. We must reject the falsehoods forged by the president. This is the product of Joe Biden’s devastating leadership failure. It is now painfully clear that he has no willingness or ability to take the lead. He must resign, “Hurley said. statement..

Blackburn issued a similar message on Thursday, accusing the Biden administration of “no plans or strategies,” exposing Americans to direct harm and causing many casualties.

“Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Antony Blinken, Lloyd Austin, and General Millie should all resign or face impeachment and dismissal,” she urged. statement..

Others who have joined the wave of politicians and public figures that the Biden administration calls “impossible” to deal with the situation in Afghanistan, Biden saidBlood in his handSimilarly, Congressman Tom Rice (RS.C.) accused the president of rushing to “unplanned withdrawal” and ignoring his adviser.

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(LR) Representatives, Elise Stefanik (RN.Y.) and Tom Rice (RS.C.). (Courtesy of the US House of Representatives)

“Joe, you have proved that you can’t do your job as commander-in-chief. You ignore your adviser, without proper conditions, and before evacuating our citizens and friends. I rushed to this unplanned withdrawal, “Rice wrote. statement..

Other prominent Republicans, including Marjorie Taylor Greene and Lauren Boebert, have also urged the president to face impeachment or resign.

Former President Donald Trump, critical of Biden’s response to the situation in Afghanistan, issued a statement of condolences to corrupt military personnel and Afghanistan.

“Melania and I express our heartfelt condolences to the family of our talented military personnel, whose obligations to the United States were very important to them,” Trump said. “Our idea is also in the family of innocent civilians who died in the barbaric Kabul attack today.”

“This tragedy should never have been forgiven, which makes it more difficult to understand our grief even more deeply,” he continued.

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At that time, President Donald Trump and Mrs. Melania Trump left Marine One on January 20, 2021 at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland. (Alex Edelman via Getty Images / AFP)

ISIS argued responsible for the attack, boasting of suicide bombers “managing all security fortresses” set up by the US military and the Taliban.

Biden said at the White House on August 26 that the United States would counterattack ISIS and “hunt down” terrorist groups in retaliation for the bombing of Kabul.

The president has already instructed military authorities to plan to attack ISIS facilities and fighters. “ISIS terrorists won’t win,” he said, and the United States “will not be threatened.”

Isabel van Brugen contributed to this report.

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