EAMONN Holmes tore up US President Joe Biden while discussing the country’s withdrawal from Afghanistan.
The 61-year-old teleporter presented to President Biden and the Yankees when it was revealed that the Taliban had seized 62 62 billion worth of state-of-the-art military equipment from Western forces.
After being invited to host the final moments of Bank Holiday Monday’s edition of The Morning, Eamonn did not back down during the news section.
Speaking to co-hosts Rochelle Holmes, and broadcasters Jeremy Wayne and Julia Hartley Brewer, Eamonn said: How did you leave? Weapons worth billions of rupees? “
Throwing his hands in the air, Jeremy said: “I mean … the whole story is one … I mean, I’m totally amazed!
“I’ve talked to the military, I’ve talked to the politicians, I’ve talked to the people on the right, I’ve talked to the people on the left. No one can explain how we got into this situation. Are. “
Jeremy accused Biden and former President Donald Trump of creating an “impossible” timeline for troop withdrawals from Afghanistan, adding: “We have left the Taliban in an infinitely better position than before.”
Despite the apparent outrage, Ammon told Julia: “I mean, just look at the military history. Churchill destroyed the French fleet when France was under Nazi occupation.
“The idea is that you blow it up, you burn it, you don’t leave it to the enemy.”
Due to “negligence”, the Taliban now have access to billions of pounds worth of equipment, including identification devices that could dangerously help identify Afghans who helped coalition forces – many of whom are in Kabul. I’m stuck
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The group now has “more than 85% of the world’s Black Hawk helicopters,” according to Jim Banks, a Republican congressman who served as in-charge of arms supplies to Afghanistan.
“Due to the administration’s negligence, the Taliban now have access to military equipment worth 85 85 billion (62 62 billion),” he said.
“Incredible and incomprehensible to me and many others, the Taliban now have access to biometric devices.
“The administration has no plans to return the military equipment or supplies.”
Many of these weapons and vehicles are US military-grade, provided by Washington as part of a 85 billion aid package to the Afghan armed forces.
Taliban militants now have access to hundreds of fixed-wing aircraft and tactical helicopters, tens of thousands of armored vehicles, as well as hundreds of thousands of weapons.
They changed into military gear, sandals for trousers and shalwar kameez and stole hidden uniforms. The fighters were also seen wearing modern helmets.