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Greg Gutfeld: I found something worse than the Afghanistan cut and run, Biden's defense of it

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'Gutfeld!' panel discusses the president's remarks following the Taliban takeover

So I was trying to think if there's anything perhaps worse than our pullout from Afghanistan. At first, Saigon pops into your head, but compared to this, that now looks like a Rockettes dress rehearsal.

But I did in fact find something worse than the Afghanistan cut and run. It’s the president's defense of it.

Stephanopoulos, Thursday: still a lot of pandemonium outside the airport.

Biden: Oh, there is. But, look, b-- but no one's being killed right now, God forgive me if I’m wrong about that, but no one's being killed right now. People are-- we got 1,000-somewhat, 1,200 out, yesterday, a couple thousand today. And it's increasing. We're gonna get those people out.

Stephanopoulos: But we've all seen the pictures. We've seen those hundreds of people packed into a C-17. You've seen Afghans falling—

Biden: that was four days ago, five days ago.

What does that even mean? It was 2 days prior not 4. I blame that damn racist math! But to be fair, who doesn’t lose track of time when you're in hiding, constantly nursing an ice cream headache.

And as for "no one’s being killed right now..." If Joe sets the bar any lower, I’ll be able to drink at it. So it’s time once again for: "Great job there, Joe!"

So yeah, Joe's sat down in an interview with George Stephanopoulos. Joe was sitting; George was standing on a milk crate.

So, does the chaos no longer matter because it was, as he pointed out incorrectly 4 or 5 days ago? And did he get the date deliberately wrong considering the interview was pre-taped? Does he even know where he is?

We haven’t seen a leader this asleep at the wheel since Ted Kennedy in Chappaquiddick.

What a........

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