Donald Trump criticized Joe Biden and assured him that he should not have allowed the brutal Kabul attack.

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Donald Trump criticized Joe Biden and assured him that he should not have allowed the brutal Kabul attack.

The statement mentioned only one suicide bomber and one bomber. The Pentagon, however, reported two suicide bombings followed by a shooting, and the United States threatened the ISIS-K group with retaliation.

The former US president said that Melania and I send our deepest condolences to the families of our outstanding and brave service members whose duty to America was very important to them.

Former US President Donald Trump, who has harshly criticized his successor Joe Biden's handling of the crisis in Afghanistan, called Thursday's suicide bombings in Kabul a "tragedy" and said those attacks "should never have been allowed.".

Melania and I extend our deepest condolences to the families of our outstanding and brave service members whose duties to America were so important to them. "Our thoughts are also with the families of the innocent civilians who died today in the brutal Kabul attack," Trump said in a statement.

"This tragedy should never have been allowed, which makes our pain even more profound and difficult to understand," he added.

The jihadist group ISIS-K claimed responsibility for Thursday's deadly attack near Kabul airport during a US-led operation to evacuate civilians from Afghanistan after the Taliban took over.

ISIS-K said one of its fighters crossed "all security fortifications" and came within "five meters" of US forces before detonating his belt of explosives, Amaq, the jihadist group's propaganda agency reported, according to a report. Translation of Site Intelligence Group, which monitors the communications of extremist groups.

The statement mentioned only one suicide bomber and one bomber. The Pentagon, however, reported two suicide bombings followed by a shooting, and the United States threatened the ISIS-K group with retaliation.

The attacks left "at least" between 13 and 20 dead and 52 wounded, leading Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid told AFP. A former Afghan government official said the death toll could reach 60 people.

The Afghan branch of ISIS, known as the Islamic State (ISIS) in Khorasan Province (ISIS), was established in 2015 in the eastern Afghan province of Nangarjar, but has since been overrun by the US coalition, the Afghan army, and the Taliban itself.