"I'm deeply disappointed in President Biden" - Widow of first US service member killed by Taliban after US invaded Afghanistan laments

"I'm deeply disappointed in President Biden" - Widow of first US service member killed by Taliban after US invaded Afghanistan laments


Shannon Spann, the widow of a fellow CIA officer who was the first American service member to be killed in combat in Afghanistan soon after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, has blasted Joe Biden's decision to withdraw troops, revealing she was disappointed in his stance of blame shifting when he addressed the nation following the Taliban takeover.


According to her the Taliban take over of Afghanistan is a disrespect to all who have lost their lives fighting for a free Aghanistan.



She also reflected on children and women she met in the Middle Eastern nation during the U.S.' intervention and what their lives will look like with the Taliban back in power.







US President, Joe Biden said on Monday August 16, that he stood behind his decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan, even though the Taliban swept through the nation.



However, Spann said Biden's stance during the press conference was disappointing.







"I'm deeply disappointed in President Biden. His defiant stance in his address to the nation" Spann told Fox News.



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