‘Bomb the bases’: Trump’s Plan For US Troops Withdrawal From Afghanistan Leaves Social Media Puzzled

Former US president is known for his criticisms and fearless speeches at the same time he always finds time to take jab at his successor Joe Bidem by pointing out his inefficiency.Few days ago he intensified his statements against the current US president and gave an advice of how Biden would have evacuated the Americans from Afghanistan.

Donald Trump’s  Statement

Former US President Donald Trump has intensified his criticism of his successor, Joe Biden, for rushing out the troops out of Afghanistan that led to the Taliban’s takeover, triggering emergency evacuations. In a statement released on Thursday, Trump suggested a chronology for the safe evacuation of US citizens without any chaos, as opposed to the current situation where the Biden administration had to send thousands of troops to Afghanistan for emergency evacuation from Kabul airport.


Trump said the US citizens should have been evacuated first, followed by bringing back all “equipment”. He then went on to suggest that the US should have bombed the bases that host foreign troops into smithereens before pulling out the military.

Trump in conversation with Ghani during his tenure as the US President

“First you bring out all of the American citizens. Then you bring out ALL equipment. Then you bomb the bases into smithereens—AND THEN YOU BRING OUT THE MILITARY. You don’t do it in reverse order like Biden and our woke Generals did. No chaos, no death—they wouldn’t even know we left!” the former commander-in-chief said.

Social Media Puzzled On His Opinion

 The statement released by Trump for safe evacuation was something which raised eyebrows as he was suggesting to bomb the bases and after that bringing back the military.Owing to this advice social media trolled Trump calling it absurd  and lashed out at his mentality as to how he approaches such conditions with impractical suggestions.


“Wonder who he thinks does all the bringing out and bombing to smithereens if you don’t use the military until afterwards,” wrote a user on Twitter. “Donald Trump ladies and gentlemen. Bomb the military bases THEN withdraw our troops! And no one would know we’ve left!” tweeted another user.

Trump has released over a dozen statements since the Taliban’s takeover attacking Biden’s withdrawal plan. On Wednesday, the former president said Biden rushed the troops’ withdrawal to “celebrate” on September 11, the 20th anniversary of deadly terror attacks by Al Qaeda targeting twin towers of the original World Trade Centre, but it is the Taliban who are celebrating the evacuation.