Obama CIA chief says Biden's Afghanistan exit 'absolutely inspired' jihadists, emboldened Al Qaeda

Morell, who twice served as acting director of the CIA under the Obama-Biden administration and was considered a frontrunner to then-President-elect Joe Biden’s for the same position, told CBS’ “Face the Nation on Sundaythat the Taliban will likelyflow backinto Afghanistan, making the regionmore dangerous than other spots on the planet.

I think that the Taliban winning the war in Afghanistan, and then the way our exit happened, has absolutely inspired jihadists all over the world,” Morell told host Margaret Brennan.

The Taliban is saying, we just didn’t defeat the United States, we defeated NATO. We defeated the world’s greatest military power, ever. So there’s a celebration going on,” 彼が追加した.

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“おもう, not only will the jihadists be inspired, but a lot of them are going to come to Afghanistan to be part of the celebration, to be part of jihadist central,” 彼は言った.

Morell made the comment as the nation marked the 20th anniversary of the Al Qaeda orchestrated 9/11 テロ攻撃. For the first time since then, the former intelligence official said he believes Afghanistan will now becomemore dangerous than other spots on the planetwith the terrorist group regaining control.

Asked whether the U.S. is at greater risk in the region without a military presence in the country, Morell said pointedlywe are more at risk, without a doubt.

We haven’t yet put together a strategyto collect intelligence, and then the Department. of Defense has to figure out this over the horizon capability,” 彼は言った.

バイデン faced mounting criticism from lawmakers and officials within his own party over the United Statesbotched evacuation mission.

Former Obama Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, who has held several public office positions under Democratic administrations and worked closely with then-vice president Biden, 言った “Cavuto: Coast to Coast on Monday thatthe most important thing for this president to do is be willing to accept responsibility for the mistakes and move on, and to basically do what is necessary now to protect our national security.

Panetta said Biden has a responsibilityto do whatever the hell is necessary to get all U.S. personnel and Afghan allies who fought alongside us out of Afghanistan.

Democratic strategist and Fox News contributor Jessica Tarlov said on “5” later Monday that the former Obama alliespublic rebuke of the president likely dealt a heavy blow inside his administration.

These are Obama-Biden officials…they got picked by Obama and Joe Biden together,” 彼女は言いました. “These are those from your own team because it’s not just Democrats saying that. It’s ones that you’ve worked with for years and people who you’ve often worked with for decades.

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