Biden Claims His U.S. Military Death Stats Are at an All-Time Low


President Biden made a daring statement on Thursday night during the CNN Presidential Debate Simulcast, claiming that he is “the only president this century” and “this decade” that has not seen any soldiers “dying anywhere in the world.” But this is a major mistake and a hollow assertion that ignores the tragic deaths of thirteen courageous American service personnel during his administration’s botched exit from Afghanistan.


Across the country, Republicans and military supporters swiftly criticized Biden for his fabricated past. The disastrous pullout from Afghanistan in August 2021 is still seen as one of his most divisive policies. Thirteen American soldiers lost their lives in the chaotic and ill-planned withdrawal, which also left thousands of Afghan allies and hundreds of American citizens stranded under the Taliban administration.


Many people were outraged by President Biden’s allegation, which Senator Tom Cotton, a veteran himself, described as a “slap in the face to the families of the 13 heroes who died because of his incompetence.” The disastrous way in which his administration handled the drawdown from Afghanistan took lives and damaged our reputation internationally.”


Another former military member, Representative Dan Crenshaw, also voiced his opinion, saying, “Biden’s remarks are not only deceptive; they are disrespectful to the memories of those we lost in Afghanistan.” These service personnel’ deaths were directly caused by the conduct of his administration, and he must be held responsible.”

Biden responded to an inquiry about the economy posed by CNN debate moderators Dana Bash and Jake Tapper. He discussed the economy under his predecessor’s administration as well as the tax cuts implemented by the former president Trump.


“The world’s strongest economy? “Only he believes that,” Biden remarked about Trump. “I don’t know anybody else who thinks they have the greatest economy in the world.”


“He had the largest tax cut in history–$2 trillion—he raised the deficit larger than any president has at any one time,” said Biden.


Biden, though, turned to Afghanistan.


Biden said Trump “didn’t do anything” regarding Afghanistan.


“Truth is, I’m the only president this century that doesn’t have—this decade—any troops dying anywhere in the world like he did,” Biden added.


However, on August 26, 2021, 13 US service members lost their lives outside of Hamid Karzai International Airport as a result of the disastrous withdrawal of American forces and resources from Afghanistan during the Biden administration.


Thirteen American service members were killed in the suicide bombing: one soldier from the Army, one sailor from the Navy, and eleven Marines. There were eighteen other American service men injured. Over 150 civilians were killed in the bombing as well.


In July 2021, all American soldiers were evacuated from Bagram, the biggest military installation in Afghanistan.


According to Fox News Digital, the suicide bomber was an ISIS-K member who was being detained at Bagram Air Base. On August 15, 2021, he was freed after the Taliban took over the institution.

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