President Joe Biden was finally pinned down on the question about whether or not he ‘trusted the Taliban’ on Sunday. Biden’s response once again shows his willingness to dodge questions is legendary.

“On the question of the Taliban, do you trust them now?” a reporter asked. “Now that you have to negotiate with them?”

“I don’t trust anybody including you,” Biden said. “I love you but there’s not a lot of people I trust.”

“Look, the Taliban has a, umm,” Biden said before he paused. “Taliban has to make a fundamental decision. Is then Taliban going to attempt to be able to unite and provide for the well-being of Afghanistan, which no one group has ever done?”

“Since the before… for hundreds of years,” he continued. “And if it does, he’s going to need everything from additional help in terms of economic assistance, trade, and a whole range of things.”

“The Taliban has said, we’ll see whether they need it or not,” he rambled on. “They’re seeking legitimacy. They’re seeking legitimacy to determine whether or not they will be recognized by other countries.”

“They have told other countries as well as us, they don’t want us to move our diplomatic presence,” Biden added.

“So, all this is talk now,” he said. “All just talk now.”

“And so, so far, the Taliban has not taking action against U.S. forces,” he said. “So far, they have by and large followed through on what they said in terms of allowing Americans to pass through and the like. And I am sure they don’t control all of their forces.”



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