“I think it’s the most embarrassing and humiliating period in the history of our country,” Trump told host Mark Levin.
“I was all set up to withdraw with dignity and tremendous strength,” he said earlier in the interview. “Nobody was going to be killed. We weren’t leaving $ 85 billion behind; we weren’t leaving 10 cents behind. I said, ‘Every bolt, every screw, every nail comes out.’”
He added that he does not think “there’s ever been anything so terrible” and that “nobody” discusses the soldiers injured in the Kabul bombing. He said he met with “many of the parents” of the 13 soldiers killed and they “cannot believe this happened to their child.”
Trump also knocked Biden for high gas prices, saying that “[i]nflation is eating our people alive.” As for the crisis at the southern border, “nobody’s had borders like this,” even in “the most remote places in the world.”