Harris Touted Being ‘last person in the room’ Before Afghanistan Disaster

Vice President Kamala Harris is not only taking heat for her radio silence over the disastrous U.S. troop withdrawal in Afghanistan but also for touting being the “last person in the room” when the decision was made.

President Biden announced the drawdown of U.S. troops in April.

Following the announcement, Harris appeared on CNN’s “State of the Union” and touted her role in the decision.

Breitbart reports:

“Were you the last person in the room?” Bash asked Harris.

“Yes,” Harris responded.

Bash pressed with another question, “And you feel comfortable?”

“I do,” she responded.

Also during the interview, Harris praised Biden for his decision and for his “courage.”

“This is a president who has an extraordinary amount of courage,” she said about decision to withdraw. “He is someone, who I have seen over and over again, make decisions based on what he truly believes… is the right thing to do.”

Read the CNN transcript here.

Public opinion for Harris is dropping.

New York Post reported about a Rasmussen Reports poll on Harris.

Critics of Harris commented on social media.

Before the disastrous withdrawal, Harris was more than willing to take some credit for the U.S. troop withdrawal in Afghanistan.

Now, Harris is hiding from the public eye proving she is not fit to be in the White House in any capacity.

Tragically, the U.S. is a rudderless ship because of the substantial lack of leadership between Harris and Biden and their incompetence is making America and the world a more dangerous place.