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President Joe Biden walks into the White House after arriving on the South Lawn aboard Marine One, Thursday, Oct. 7, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Hungary official: Easier to deal with the Taliban than the Biden administration

Imagine a world in which people said what they really believed. I don't mean folks rudely disregarding others feelings and inflicting emotional pain and stress intentionally or needlessly, but rather that as part of a civil discussion everyone could dispense with political correctness. People could share their honest thoughts without hemming and hawing or fearing blowback.

In this Sept. 24, 2021 photo, President Joe Biden speaks about the COVID-19 response and vaccinations in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington. President Joe Biden’s plan for a massive expansion of social programs is being framed by supporters as such a high-stakes endeavor that it’s “too big to fail.” It also may be too big to describe.  A series of crises, from Afghanistan to COVID-19, along with the convoluted legislative process have hampered the White House’s ability to promote the $3.5 trillion package or even say definitively what’s in it. The price tag is sure to shrink and it's possible that components could change. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Biden paves the way for his own removal

It is commonly accepted - even by the liberal media - that the U.S. exit from Afghanistan was a disaster. Hundreds of Americans were left behind. Thousands of cooperative Afghani partners were abandoned, many likely to be killed by the ruthless Taliban. No one on planet earth points to the American withdrawal as an example of strength or diplomatic precision. The opinion on this is virtually unanimous.