China's Foreign Ministry echoed remarks by Russian President Vladimir Putin, who said the United States had achieved "zero" during its 20 years in Afghanistan.
The House Freedom Caucus has urged GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy to oust Cheney and Kinzinger from the House Republican Conference.
The polling was widely discussed on social media, with the sponsorship of it coming under scrutiny from some.
Dmitry Peskov's comments follow President Joe Biden's meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelenskyy at the White House.
The last U.S. military plane left Kabul this week, ending two decades of war and 17 days of a hasty withdrawal that turned deadly in its final days.
President Biden will travel to New Orleans during the trip, the White House said, but further details about his specific plans are not yet available.
"There isn't going to be an impeachment, but I think [the Democrats] have a good chance of having a very bad election next year," the Senate minority leader said.
"How we got to this moment in Afghanistan will be analyzed and studied for years to come," Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman General Mark Milley told reporters.
"All of this has to be part of a very serious and concerted effort to get as many children signed up as we possibly can," President Joe Biden said.
"This extreme Texas law blatantly violates the constitutional right established under Roe v. Wade," President Biden said in a statement.
The ban implemented by former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has been extended annually since the 2017 death of American student Otto Warmbier.
Medical experts have suggested that getting people fully vaccinated is a bigger priority as the evidence is unclear as to whether third shots are needed.
The price of housing has skyrocketed over the past year, making it difficult for first-time buyers to save for down payments and keeping them renting longer.
The president has faced scrutiny over the situation in Afghanistan with questions raised over the U.S. military withdrawal.
The pontiff told Spanish broadcaster Cadena COPE that the withdrawal by the U.S. followed "deception" by the Taliban.
The Colorado Republican said it was time to "impeach Biden, impeach Kamala Harris, and throw in the secretary of state."
President Biden has defended the way U.S. troops withdrew from Afghanistan despite the Taliban takeover of the country and an ISIS-K attack on Kabul's airport. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.
Before and during his 2016 campaign for president, Trump criticized the U.S. occupation of Afghanistan. But he didn't move to withdraw the troops until after his first presidential term.
During Biden's speech, he highlighted a number of pertinent points including airlifts, the bravery of American troops and spoke about the September 11, 2001 attacks that led to the War on Iraq.
The report comes after the U.S. officially withdrew troops from Afghanistan on Monday, ending a two-decade long war, and leaving the nation under the control of the Taliban.
The duo decided upon their exit after the White House moved to start administering COVID-19 booster shots by the week of September 20, despite not having FDA approval.
In a speech Tuesday, President Joe Biden defended his decision to stick to this week's deadline to end America's longest war and pull troops from Afghanistan after nearly two decades.
"We express our deepest condolences to Ms. Chappell and her family. Her tribute to her heroic son does not violate any of our policies," the company told Newsweek.
"We can never make this mistake again," House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said, vowing to press the White House for answers about what went wrong.
"There's gonna be a reckoning for the decisions that led up to this," said Republican Representative and Afghanistan veteran Dan Crenshaw.
"I was not going to extend a forever war, and I was not extending a forever exit," Biden said during the address.
An advocate for leaving Afghanistan, Trump said American forces shouldn't have even entered the war.
The president will speak on America's military exit from Afghanistan and the decision to not extend the August 31 withdrawal deadline.
A clip spread online, receiving more than 400,000 views, purportedly has the House speaker saying: "Am I on? No, we don't want him to talk."