Former Vice President Mike Pence referred to as out President Joe Biden and his administration for persevering with to have interaction in weak management on a worldwide stage, warning that his place will solely encourage extra malign conduct from America’s enemies.

Pence informed “Hannity” the Biden administration’s disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan was the worst international coverage debacle since Democratic President Jimmy Carter oversaw the Iran Hostage Crisis.

“It never had to happen,” Pence stated of Biden’s Afghan disaster.

“The deal that our administration negotiated actually was finished in February of 2020. That was a matter of weeks after President Trump gave the order to take out Qassem Soleimani. It was just a few months after we had eliminated the ISIS caliphate and taken down Abubakr al-Baghdadi.”

Pence stated he was within the room when Trump warned Taliban chief Abdul Baradar of grave penalties if Americans had been harmed in Afghanistan – and that Baradar’s voice belied his understanding that the Palm Beach Republican meant what he stated.

“We went 18 months without a single American casualty in Afghanistan,” he stated. 

“Weakness arouses evil, Sean, and there’s no question that the weakness evidenced by the Biden administration — I would say beginning when they were silent when thousands of rockets were raining down on our cherished ally Israel from Hamas — sent signals into Afghanistan that we would not respond.”

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Pence, a former Indiana governor and congressman, stated he lately frolicked with the household of fellow Hoosier State native Humberto Sanchez – one of many 13 U.S. army servicemembers killed in a suicide bomb assault throughout Biden’s withdrawal.

Pence added that Biden’s weak point on the world stage is inexplicably contrasted by “heavy-handed” governance towards American residents.

“We have a president who is weak abroad but very content to be lecturing the American people about vaccine mandates,” he stated, including that Biden can be appearing with abandon in his quest to see what the previous vp referred to as “the largest tax increase in the history of the country” via Congress.

“We have got to dig in, tell the story of what they’re doing. I truly do believe that the voice of the American people can turn back this massive big government socialist bill. I am doing my level best,” he stated.

During his interview, Pence additionally commented on continued hypothesis about his relationship with Trump following their disagreement over the certification of election outcomes whereas the vp was presiding over the U.S. Senate.

“You can’t spend almost five years in the political foxhole with somebody without developing a strong relationship,” he stated.

“January 6 was a tragic day in history of our country. But thanks to the efforts of the Capitol Hill police, federal officials, the Capitol was secured and we finished our work. The president and I sat down a few days later and talked through all of it. I can tell you that we parted amicably at the end of the administration and we have talked a number of times since we both left office.”

Pence stated he and Trump are united in a spotlight towards the 2022 midterms, in addition to races like Glenn Youngkin’s gubernatorial bid in Virginia.

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He stated the media is making an attempt to make use of his and Trump’s relationship as a speculative wedge to distract from Biden’s failures, in addition to to “demean the character and intentions of 74 million Americans who believed we could be strong again and prosperous again and supported our administration in 2016 and 2020.”

“For our part, I truly believe we all ought to remain completely focused on the future. That’s where I’m focused.”