Hogan isn’t alone in decrying Biden’s handling of Afghanistan exit
I just finished reading Dan Rodricks’ piece, “Hogan, auditioning for president, slams Biden even before the smoke clears” (Aug. 27). I don’t know where Dan has been hiding for the past week, but Gov. Larry Hogan is hardly a voice crying in the wilderness when it comes to criticizing President Biden’s “plan” for the troop withdrawal from Afghanistan. In fact, the criticism has come from both sides of the aisle. I have yet to read a piece from anyone praising the way in which the withdrawal has been executed.
Mr. Rodricks clearly does not like our governor or anyone else who might identify as a Republican. That is his right. But singling out Governor Hogan for saying that our withdrawal from Afghanistan has been a catastrophic failure demonstrates only that Mr. Rodricks has not been paying close attention to the news over the past week.