CBS host Gayle King took to defending President Biden’s disastrous dealing with of withdrawing U.S. forces from Afghanistan on Tuesday. 

The “CBS This Morning” anchor spoke with retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal to debate the latest congressional hearings over the pullout of Afghanistan.

Cohost Nate Burleson acknowledged that prime navy officers really helpful leaving a number of thousand troopers behind opposite to Biden’s claims that nobody suggested him to depart troops within the nation.

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“Top military officials, they said they recommended leaving a small force in Afghanistan, which is a contradiction to what President Biden wanted to do. Should they have done things differently?” Burleson requested.

McChrystal agreed that he would have additionally really helpful abandoning a small power in Afghanistan, although replied that he’s “biased” on that account.

vacuees wait to board a Boeing C-17 Globemaster III during an evacuation at Hamid Karzai International Airport, Kabul, Afghanistan, Aug. 23. U.S. service members are assisting the Department of State with a Non-combatant Evacuation Operation (NEO) in Afghanistan. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Isaiah Campbell)

vacuees wait to board a Boeing C-17 Globemaster III throughout an evacuation at Hamid Karzai International Airport, Kabul, Afghanistan, Aug. 23. U.S. service members are aiding the Department of State with a Non-combatant Evacuation Operation (NEO) in Afghanistan. (U.S. Marine Corps photograph by Sgt. Isaiah Campbell)
(U.S. Marine Corps photograph by Sgt. Isaiah Campbell)

“Had I made the decision, had I been asked to recommend, I probably would have left a residual American force. But I was emotionally wrapped up in the mission, I spent a long time there, and I’m free to admit I’m biased,” McChrystal stated.

King later questioned if there have been any method that “the plan could have worked the way it was executed” by the Biden administration. McChrystal responded that it “certainly could have” labored including that the results of Afghanistan’s navy collapse “wasn’t assured.”

“It was a decision to try to get American forces out with as little risk as possible, so to use speed. The fact that the defense forces of the Afghan military collapsed so quickly, it could have been predicted but it wasn’t assured,” McChrystal answered. 

“And there’s a lot of Monday morning quarterbacking, a lot of ‘What we should have done, we could have done, why didn’t we do.’ And I don’t know if that’s necessarily fair,” King commented.

“Well, I think, you know, you put people on the field, coaching the team or playing, it feels very different. And so I would say, you know, it didn’t go perfectly,” McChrystal stated.

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Biden has been criticized by each Republicans and Democrats over his dealing with of Afghanistan which left the nation below the management of the Taliban and several other hundred Americans stranded. Meanwhile, some members of the press have tried to defend Biden from criticism.

In August, MSNBC’s Mehdi Hasan lambasted Biden critics saying “So forgive me when I say keep your views on the end of this war to yourself. Personally I would like a period of silence from all of you, if that’s all right? And if you do feel the need to comment on the disaster that is Afghanistan, how about starting with the word sorry.”

In September, CNN’s Don Lemon instructed viewers “I think people should stop beating up on the administration so much because no matter how it ended, everyone wasn’t going to be happy with the way it ended.”