As the Taliban celebrate their “complete freedom,” Joe Biden is considering giving money to them.


As the Taliban celebrate their “complete freedom,” Joe Biden is considering giving money to them.

While the militants stage sham funerals and flaunt abandoned US hardware, Joe Biden may be delivering aid to the Taliban to help them “uphold their international duties.”

The US National Security Advisor, Jake Sullivan, announced on Tuesday that supplies would be given to Afghans.

Medicine, food, and other sorts of humanitarian assistance are included.

He told ABC’s Good Morning America that because the Taliban now controls the country’s banking system, monetary aid delivered to Afghanistan is likely to end up in their hands.

Other cash aid may be delivered to the Taliban, according to Mr Sulivan, depending on whether the insurgency “follows through on their obligations.”

Allowing safe access to the United States is one of them.

‘It will be up to them, and we will wait and see how we respond in terms of economic and developmental assistance based on their actions,’ the National Security Advisor stated.

The remarks were made after the last US troops left Kabul airport on Monday night.

As the US forces withdrew from Afghanistan, the Taliban took control of the country.

The planes took off, and pro-Taliban militia celebrated their win.

As pro-Taliban forces celebrated the pullout, heavy gunfire erupted in Kabul.

The Taliban are shown arranging false funerals for states that have now departed Kabul in a frightening film that was just unearthed.

Militants were spotted carrying fake coffins draped in the Union Jack, US flag, and French flag.

The last flights took off from Kabul airport one minute before midnight on August 31, the agreed-upon deadline for the evacuations.

Early Tuesday, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid stated, “American soldiers left the Kabul airport, and our nation gained full independence.”

The Taliban claimed all that had been left behind when governments desperately withdrew nationals from Kabul.

According to a US official, “anything that hasn’t been destroyed is now the Taliban’s.”


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