- Former US President Donald Trump and his wife expressed grief over the Kabul attack
- Trump said – this attack should never have happened, if I were the President, it never would have happened
- Suicide attack on Kabul airport on Thursday killed more than a dozen
Former US President Donald Trump has expressed condolences to the families of US service members killed in an explosion at Afghanistan’s Kabul airport on Thursday. In a statement, he said that this attack should never have happened and if I were your President, this attack would never have happened. “Melania and I extend our deepest condolences to our illustrious service members whose duty to America meant a lot to them,” he said.
This incident should not have happened
Trump said, “Our condolences are also with the families of the innocent civilians who died in the Kabul attack today.” This tragedy should never have been allowed to happen, it only deepens our sorrow. If I were your president this attack would never have happened. God bless America.’ Pentagon press secretary John Kirby confirmed the explosion at Kabul airport, saying several US service members were killed in today’s complex attack at Kabul airport.
Will not forgive terrorists
Amidst all this, the US Embassy in Kabul has issued a fresh warning. President Joe Biden is furious after the death of American soldiers in a bombing outside Kabul airport. After the attack, Joe Biden said in a speech from the White House that we will not forgive terrorists, we will find them and punish them. In fact, about a dozen American soldiers were killed in a suicide attack outside Kabul Airport.
America’s mission will continue
US President Joe Biden, warning the attackers of Kabul, said- ‘We will not forgive. We will not forget. We will find you, kill you and punish you for your actions.’ President Biden said- ‘We will rescue American citizens from Afghanistan. We will drive out our Afghan allies and our mission will continue. He said so far there is no evidence of complicity between the Taliban and Islamic State in the attacks on Kabul airport.