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Speaking to Express.co.uk Trevor Coult MC, who was awarded the Military Cross for his bravery in Afghanistan throughout an ambush by the Taliban, known as on the UK to chop all diplomatic and international coverage relations with America until Joe Biden is out of the White House. He advised that Mr Biden is “mentally unstable” and his decision-making does not make sense. His sobering phrases come because the US withdrawal from Afghanistan has now develop into lethal following a suicide bomb assault at Kabul airport on Thursday which left over 170 Afghan residents and 13 US Marines useless within the worst lack of life in years.

Mr Coult mentioned: “I don’t think we should ever work with America ever again as an ally until the Biden administration has been removed.”

The Royal Irish Regiment veteran branded President Biden “a liability” and in a brutal takedown accused him of being “mentally unstable”.

The veteran went on to say how President Biden’s choices merely “do not make sense” and the chaos that has unfolded in Afghanistan because the Taliban have taken management may have been prevented had somebody higher geared up and extra capable of fulfill the position successfully had been in cost.

Mr Coult additionally highlighted how President Biden had already obtained a letter of no confidence from over 100 senior US army figures who declared he was not match to be President and that they had been involved about his decision-making means.

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The scathing letter raised recent considerations over the President’s wellbeing, means to make choices and perform the mandatory duties required as chief of the Free World.

He mentioned: “It’s only in May this year that 124 American generals wrote to the White House saying they were not happy with him [Joe Biden] in that position, and that was May.!

“Clearly they knew something more than we do.

“He is going down the road where he is pushing himself into a corner.”

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The veteran went on to clarify how his quite a few conversations with US armed forces veterans reveal how “utterly shocked” the neighborhood is with President Biden and his actions as US President as Afghanistan descends into chaos below the Taliban and was rocked by an enormous suicide bomb assault on Thursday.

And in a rare declare, Mr Coult mentioned how the state of affairs is so dire amongst the US armed forces neighborhood {that a} group of US particular forces veterans has reportedly provided to piece collectively a job power to help within the evacuation efforts in Afghanistan given the failure of President Biden’s try. 

He mentioned: “Ex-Special Forces veterans are willing to go to Afghanistan to help extract their own citizens because President Biden won’t let the US military do it themselves! And that is why our troops are under pressure.

“Not only are we disgusted but the Americans and the America military and the American citizens are also as annoyed as we are.”

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Mr Coult was awarded a Military Cross for his actions throughout a fancy ambush involving a suicide bomber and a machine gun position in Baghdad.

During his 20-year service, Mr Coult accomplished 10 Operational deployments in Northern Ireland, Afghanistan, and Iraq.

The veteran has been concerned in 178 engagements with enemy forces and astonishingly survived 3 IED explosions.

Trevor was a Patron of the Military Charity “Veterans in Action” from 2009 until 2019 and now works with charity PTSD Resolution to help veterans affected by the devastating results of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

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