This Has Been Biden’s Worst Week Since Last Week

President Biden has been hit hard this week. The Defense Department verified that a “tragic mistake” happened and resulted in the deaths of ten innocent people in an Afghan missile strike.

Meanwhile, the Food and Drug Administration dismissed Biden’s vaccine booster proposition, with much of the headlines breaking as the head of state was on holiday at the seaside.

As a result, the US drone attack didn’t actually kill any ISIS-K members, but it did murder ten innocent people, including seven children. The Biden government is a sad, awful catastrophe and an international embarrassment! This sentiment came from Kayleigh McEnany, a Fox News commentator and the former White House press secretary under Trump.

On Friday, US Marine Corps Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, the chief of US Centcom, told journalists that a drone attack against ISIS-K in Afghanistan killed ten people, not militants, on August 29.

McKenzie stated that as the military commands, he is entirely to blame for this strike and its devastating consequences. He added that he extends his heartfelt sympathies to the victims’ families and friends.

McKenzie’s statement comes after White House press secretary Jen Psaki and others in the government hailed the Aug. 29 drone attack as a triumph when the US exited Kabul last month.

However, the White House is now receiving even more condemnation for its handling of Afghanistan. This is comparable to the scathing criticism the Biden administration received when a suicide attacker killed 13 US service personnel in Kabul.

After the submarines deal, France recalled its ambassador

Following the launch of a contract between Australia, the United States, and the United Kingdom to supply Australia nuclear-powered warships (in what is seen as an effort to challenge China), France withdrew its envoy to Washington, D.C.

The reports generated a barrage of criticism directed against Biden, particularly the fact that news broke while he was on vacation at a Delaware beach.

Milley has come under fire for making calls to China about a prospective strike.

Gen. Mark Milley, the nations highest military officer, was also embroiled in scandal this week. This happened after it was revealed in Bob Woodward’s forthcoming book, “Peril,” that Milley assured China America just wouldn’t strike the nation.

This assurance came amid Milley’s fears that former President Trump’s actions would indeed inspire a military conflict. On Tuesday, Trump retorted that if the book’s revelations concerning “Dumbass” Milley are true, it would have been traitorous.

Trump dubbed Milley a “failing leader” for his participation in the Biden government’s withdrawal from Afghanistan. He also mourned the deaths of American service troops and the $85 billion dollars of the world’s most advanced military hardware that was left unattended.

Blinken backs down on his Hong Kong tweet

Secretary of State Antony Blinken also drew fire this week for deleting a tweet expressing solidarity for Hong Kong people. This tweet appeared to condemn China and was later replaced with a less aggressive one.