Nikki Haley beats Biden by attending the Congressional Baseball Game in central Afghanistan, a border dispute

Nikki Haley, a former US Ambassador to the United Nations, criticized President Biden on Wednesday for attending the Congress of baseball baseball at Nationals Park and for not observing his duties in the White House.

“The fact that Joe Biden has time to go to Congress baseball but not the time to take questions in Afghanistan or see the humanitarian crisis at the border is disgraceful. #DoYourJob #StrikingOut,” Haley said.

Haley had been pressuring the president to explain the cause of the violence and killings in Afghanistan last month, telling Fox News’ Martha MacCallum Biden said none of his military experts had said anything to him about keeping the troops on the ground or at Bagram Air Force Base. “Well, obviously your superiors said they told you,” Haley said of the Pentagon Congressional testimony this week. “So we need answers. We want the truth about it because you’ve already lied about it.”

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Haley dared to speculate recently that he could run for president in 2024, constantly voicing Biden about what he sees as failures and held a meeting in Iowa this summer.

Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley (R-SC) speaks during the event of a Virginia campaign by the governor of Glenn Youngkin (L) (R-VA) July 14, 2021 in McLean, Virginia. (Photo by Win McNamee / Getty Pictures)
(Photo by Win McNamee / Getty Pictures)

He told a crowd last June the best reason to go to Iowa was that “Iowa wants to elect women – Republican women,” the DesMoines Register reported. He was referring to ground voters like Sen.Joni Ernst but the visit did not show up.

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Last week, he criticized Biden for ignoring threats such as China, Russia, North Korea and terrorism in his address to the United Nations. “With Joe Biden asleep when it changed our friends didn’t trust us and our enemies are happy,” he said.

Others who thought they could compete in 2024 include Sen. Ted Cruz, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and former President Trump.

Biden made a surprise visit Wednesday to help DRM baseball game at Nationals Park, recently introduced to the hall of fame. He played in the team when he was a Senate.

Fox News’ Kyle Morris contributed to this report.

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