WHO IS LYING? Generals Contradict What Biden Says He Was Told About Afghanistan (VIDEO)

Someone is not telling the truth.

During the first day of Senate hearings on Afghanistan this week, top generals gave one account of what Joe Biden was told and it directly contradicts what Biden says he was told.

The generals say they told Biden to keep troops in Afghanistan. Biden said in an interview just weeks ago that non one told him that.

Politico reports:

Top generals contradict Biden, say they urged him not to withdraw from Afghanistan

Top generals told lawmakers under oath on Tuesday that they advised President Joe Biden early this year to keep several thousand troops in Afghanistan — directly contradicting the president’s comments in August that no one warned him not to withdraw troops from the country.

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The remarkable testimony pits top military brass against the commander-in-chief as the Biden administration continues to face tough questions about what critics are calling a botched withdrawal that directly led to the deaths of 13 American service members, scenes of chaos at the Kabul airport, and the abandonment of American citizens and at-risk Afghans in the war-torn country.

Gen. Kenneth “Frank” McKenzie, the commander of U.S. Central Command, told the Senate Armed Services in a hearing Tuesday that he recommended maintaining a small force of 2,500 troops in Afghanistan earlier this year.

Here’s General McKenzie at the hearing:

Here’s what Joe Biden said in August:

Who is not telling the truth?

 

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