Meghan McCain rails against Biden over Afghanistan, calls him 'Jimmy Carter on acid'

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"No press briefings from the Biden White House from the President or his staff," McCain tweeted. "They're all on vacation. He is like Jimmy Carter on acid and he and his team will be remembered in history worse than him. Also anyone in the press want to jump in on criticism of him in hiding?" 


McCain, a conservative commentator who left her co-hosting spot on "The View" earlier this month, criticized Biden's decision to withdraw troops from Afghanistan last week. 

“Even if you thought leaving Afghanistan was the right decision -this is a reckless, dangerous, blundering, and embarrassing withdrawal,” she previously wrote.

McCain, the daughter of the late Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), also took aim at Democrats, invoking her father in tweets last week. 


“Democrats like to wax poetic a lot about what my dad would have done and said (most of the time reinventing some weird fantasy of who he was)," McCain tweeted. "Let me tell you one god damn thing - he would be raging in public and to President Biden about this withdrawal in Afghanistan. Raging.”

McCain previously expressed doubts about the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan in April, saying on “The View” that she was “very skeptical of what is going to happen if we withdraw.”

Biden has nominated her mother, Cindy McCain, to be the U.S. representative to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture, with her nomination recently sent to the Senate.