Americans Buried Trump In Mockery For Publicly Calling On President Biden To “Resign In Disgrace”

Go back to bed, grandpa.

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President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump had one foreign policy in common; ending the two-decade-long war in Afghanistan. Once again, though, the twice-impeached one-term president confirmed that every accusation from a narcissist is a confession as he called on President Biden to “resign in disgrace” for doing exactly what he planned to do by ending a senseless war. Trump’s spokeswoman Liz Harrington released the statement since the former president has been deplatformed on social media for inciting the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection.

As sad as it is, there was no other predictable outcome in Afghanistan. The Taliban have taken control of Afghanistan’s capital city, Kabul, almost two decades after they were driven out by US troops, and that’s an outcome that even Trump once predicted. Still, the former president called on Biden to resign, even though he negotiated with the Taliban when he was in office.

On Monday morning, Trump claimed that Biden surrendered to the coronavirus and the Taliban, even though the former president surrendered to COVID-19 without even putting up a fight.

Twitter users took the former guy to school:

I’m just going to leave this here.

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The Taliban prisoners Trump released now control Afghanistan. We’ve never had a president that wanted his successor to fail before, but here we are. Trump literally wants the U.S. to fail simply because his feelings were hurt when voters rejected him over nine months ago.

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