On Friday, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., introduced a trio of impeachment resolutions against President Biden, calling for his removal from office over his handling of the US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan and other alleged offenses.

Following the Taliban’s takeover, the freshman congresswoman accused Biden of “dereliction of duty” claiming he “failed to secure the extraction of thousands of American civilians and Afghan Allies” and “armed our enemies” by leaving US military equipment in the country.

Greene also introduced resolutions criticizing Biden’s handling of the border crisis and his decision to extend a ban on residential evictions despite concerns about the impact on the economy.

“In seven short months, Joe Biden has caused America to lose the respect of the entire world. The evidence is clear and his actions are so egregious that he must be impeached,” Greene said in a statement.

Earlier in the day, Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said the president “deserves to be impeached” if any American citizens or Afghan allies who assisted U.S. forces are left behind as the military withdraws from Afghanistan.

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