Joe Biden is nowhere to be found.
He screwed up big time in Afghanistan, then he doubled down on his screw up by lying to the American people.
After that, Biden left for Delaware to continue his vacation.
Now republicans and democrats alike are holding his feet to the fire.
While Biden is vacationing, Sky News described the situation in Kabul as “the worst day by far.”
Fox News has the latest on Biden's disappearance from the public eye:
President Biden is once again scheduled to head home to Delaware Saturday, as thousands of Americans and Afghan allies remain stranded in Afghanistan following the Taliban’s takeover last weekend.
The White House announced that Biden would leave for Wilmington around midday following a meeting with his national security team to get updated on the situation. Vice President Kamala Harris, who was traveling to Southeast Asia, is expected to attend virtually.
As of late Friday evening, Biden had no public events scheduled for Saturday or Sunday.
The president was originally set to take a long weekend with an early afternoon departure from the White House on Friday. But the White House said he changed his mind.
He gave an address on the status of the chaotic evacuations from Hamid Karzai International Airport outside Kabul on Friday afternoon.
Later, Biden spoke by phone to Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi and Qatar Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani from the Executive Mansion.
Biden’s trip on Saturday would be his 19th to his home state since taking office on Jan. 20.
Sky New Describes the "Worst Day Ever" in Afghanistan
Biden delayed his original trip back to Delaware on Friday.
However, that short delay served as little more than a desperate attempt to pretend that he's taking the situation in Afghanistan seriously.
The Daily Wire with more on Biden's shortened work week:
President Joe Biden has been on vacation for most of the week, and on Friday, he’s got an ultra-light schedule before he heads back home to Delaware.
The president is scheduled to have his daily national security briefing at 10 a.m., then a 10:45 a.m. meeting in the White House Situation Room on the situation in Afghanistan. At 1 p.m. he delivers remarks “on the evacuation of American citizens and their families” from Kabul, and at 2:05 p.m. he’ll be on a helicopter heading to Wilmington, Delaware.
Meanwhile, Press Secretary Jen Psaki won’t be taking questions from reporters, the second straight day she has dodged the press.
The trip, Biden’s 18th since taking office, comes amid criticism of the president for being at Camp David in Maryland last weekend as the Taliban rapidly swept through Afghanistan — then returning there immediately after he delivered a White House speech about the situation. He returned to the White House so he could sit down with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos for an interview, which turned into a train wreck.
“We’ve all seen the pictures. We’ve seen those hundreds of people packed in a C-17. We’ve seen Afghans falling,” Stephanopoulos said before an angry Biden interrupted him.
“That was four days ago, five days ago!” the president said. In reality, it was two days before the interview.
At another point, the former press secretary to President Bill Clinton asked if the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan could have been done better.
“No. I don’t think it could’ve been handled in a way that — we’re going to go back in hindsight and look but the idea that somehow there was a way to have gotten out without chaos ensuing, I don’t know how that happens,” Biden said.