Former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, slammed President Biden on Wednesday for making the attendance for the Congressional Baseball Game at Nationals Park as he is not focusing on his duties as a president in the White House.
Haley took to her Twitter account to tweet via best online casino usa: "The fact that Joe Biden has time to go to the Congressional baseball game but not time to take questions on Afghanistan or see the humanitarian crisis at the border is a disgrace. #DoYourJob #StrikingOut."
The former U.S. ambassador had been revealed to be pushing the president to explain to the world what led to the "chaotic and deadly Afghanistan withdrawal last month," telling the media that Biden claimed that none of his military personnel talked about anything concerning keeping forces on the ground or at Bagram Air Force Base.
Speaking to the media about Pentagon congressional testimony this week, Haley said: "Well, clearly your generals said they did tell you. So we need an answer. We need the truth on that because you’ve already lied once on that."
Following this, Haley drew up several speculations while cryptically confirming that she might just be running for president in 2024, as she continues to call out Biden for what she believed are failed policies having held a rally in Iowa this summer.
She spoke to the crowd back in June that the best reason to go to Iowa was that "Iowa loves to elect bada-- Republican women," according to some report. This was talking about the down-ballot candidates like U.S. Sen. Jeni Ernst, a visit that didn't go unnoticed by the media.
Just last week, Haley criticized the president for ignoring major threats like Russia, North Korea, China and terrorism during his speech to the United Nations.
She said to the media via real money casino: "With Joe Biden asleep at the switch our friends don't trust us and our enemies are rejoicing."
United States Sen. Ted Cruz, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and former President Donald Trump are all the potential 2024 contenders.
Joe Biden made an appearance at the charity Congressional Baseball Game on Wednesday night at the Nationals Park, which was after the president was inducted into the game's hall of fame.
His purpose of the visit was to raise support for a pair of multitrillion-dollar infrastructure bills, as its future at Capitol Hill remains uncertain for now.
Biden played on the team back when he was in the Senate.