Do you know why they’re asking you about Afghanistan at a cybersecurity event, Biden? Because your handlers won’t let you answer any off-the-cuff questions.
Reporters tried to ask President Joe Biden about Afghanistan during his cybersecurity meeting.
NBC News’s Peter Alexander wanted to know what Biden will do if Americans are still in Afghanistan after the August 31 deadline.
But then he answered, but the White House cut off the audio feed!
REPORTER: “If Americans are still in Afghanistan after the deadline what will you do?”
*White House cuts audio feed* pic.twitter.com/k0SGWhpXm6
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) August 25, 2021
Luckily, Alexander tweeted out the response.
Biden said, “You’ll be the first person I call.”
I asked President Biden what he will do if Americans are still in Afghanistan after the 8/31 deadline.
His response: “You’ll be the first person I call.”
Took no questions. pic.twitter.com/MlyFIayrMZ
— Peter Alexander (@PeterAlexander) August 25, 2021
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