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“Not Today” – Biden When Asked if He Has Spoken to Any of the Family Members of the 13 US Service Members Who Died Last Year in Afghanistan (VIDEO)

Joe Biden on Friday spoke to reporters as he departed the White House for another vacation in Delaware.

Friday marked the one year anniversary of the Kabul suicide blast that killed 13 US service members

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, Joint Chief’s Chairman Mark Milley, and CentCom Commander General Kenneth McKenzie all knew about the Kabul Airport terrorist bombing hours in advance at the Abbey Gate.

The top US Military leaders knew that the Abbey Gate Soldiers were at the greatest risk.

13 US service members were killed in the Kabul blast because of Joe Biden’s incompetence and corruption.

Joe Biden hasn’t taken any time out of his day to speak to any of the family members of the soldiers killed in action in Kabul.

“Have you spoken to any of the family members of the 13 soldiers who died last year in Afghanistan?” a reporter asked.

“Not today,” Biden said.

WATCH:

Biden will however take time to tape a segment with comedian Jay Leno.

Gross.

The post “Not Today” – Biden When Asked if He Has Spoken to Any of the Family Members of the 13 US Service Members Who Died Last Year in Afghanistan (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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