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WOW! CNN Reporter Rips Biden Plan While On The Ground In Afghanistan!

CNN reporter Clarissa Ward has definitely made a name for herself as the network’s chief foreign correspondent, and even though the network she works for is usually reliably liberal she used one consummate word, in particular, to describe President Joe Biden’s withdrawal out of Afghanistan.

What Did Ward Have to Say?

While waiting inside the Kabul Airport compound for her flight to Qatar, Ward – who was one of the CNN reporters who had distinguished herself by becoming the face of the ground for Kabul reporting since the Taliban takeover last week – quickly summed up Biden’s withdrawal from the Muslim country as nothing more than an utter “failure.”

“These kids behind me, sleeping on the gravel on a piece of a cardboard box, are the lucky ones because there are many others, thousands of them, just outside the perimeter,” Ward began. “I saw with my own eyes the Taliban fighters beating them, mothers throwing their babies trying to get them inside the airport compound. “It is just a picture of desperation– of failure, as well, failure to protect our allies, failure to plan for this eventuality,” she proclaimed.

Ward continued, explaining that there is “a lot of bitterness” throughout the streets of Kabul because they think that “every eventuality was not planned for, that the evacuations did not begin earlier.”

“Seeing these scenes, seeing this heartache, seeing this desperation, and seeing this chaos,” Ward continued on CNN, “you have to ask yourself: ‘Surely there was a better way, surely there was a better way.'”

Prior to departing Afghanistan, Ward made a claim that totally flew in the face of Biden’s claim that Americans trapped in Afghanistan were not experiencing any type of difficulty in reaching the Kabul Airport.

“Working out how to get into this airport is like a Rubik’s cube,” Ward declared. “It’s very difficult. It’s very difficult. It’s not a simple process at all.”

“Technically, it’s possible, but it’s extremely difficult — and it is dangerous,” CNN reporter Ward added.

Anything Else?

Ward and her team of CNN reporters landed safely in Doha, Qatar just after Midnight on Saturday.

“Just landed in Doha with the team and nearly 300 Afghan evacuees. Huge thanks to all of you for your support and concern, to the US Air Force for flying us out, and to Qatar for welcoming us. We are the lucky ones,” Ward said.



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