The marine was shown pouring water from his own bottle directly into the mouths of several thirsty Afghan children.
Retired Admiral Michael Mullen said "obviously, I was wrong" with regards to U.S. policy in Afghanistan.
"Our first priority in Kabul is getting American citizens out of the country as quickly and as safely as possible," the president said.
Thousands of Afghans are attempting to board evacuation flights as they flee the Taliban.
"The Taliban needs to know they don't dictate the timetable on American lives," the Republican senator said Sunday.
"We are the strongest military on the face of this planet," the Iowa Republican senator said on Sunday.
"I'm grateful for the language they're using and I'm really hopeful," Khola Hassan said of the Taliban after the group's takeover of Afghanistan.
During an appearance on CNN Sunday, the Illinois Republican congressman said both parties are responsible for the situation in Afghanistan.
"The threat is real. It's acute. It is persistent. And it is something we're focused on with every tool in our arsenal," the national security advisor said Sunday.
"What the president said just wasn't true," Chris Wallace said.
The president's overall approval has dipped below 50 percent, according to the new poll results.
"The abandonment of Afghanistan and its people is tragic, dangerous, unnecessary, not in their interests and not in ours," the former British prime minister wrote in an essay.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin activated the Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) to bolster the military operation.
"Hour by hour, it's getting more difficult," the unnamed woman said in an audio clip sent to West Virginia Rep. Carol Miller's office.
Meghan McCain has previously hit out at President Joe Biden's handling of the withdrawal from Afghanistan, saying his administration has brought "shame and dishonor" on the country.
"Vietnam looks like a masterclass in strategy compared to Joe Biden's catastrophe," the former president said.
Karzai served as Afghanistan's president from 2001 to 2014 and has expressed his goal to negotiate with the Taliban for the good of the country.
"I am not claiming conspiracy, just facts," Taleb said responding to one of the commentators who said that Julian Assange said a similar point.
The barb comes after a state-run paper in China suggested the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan was an "omen" of Taiwan's fate.
The U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan issued a warning to U.S. citizens on Saturday to stay away from Kabul airport due to potential "security threats" outside the airport's gates.
Lanny Davis, a public affairs expert who served under President Bill Clinton told Newsweek that President Joe Biden "followed the first rule of crisis management, which is: take responsibility and don't deflect."
Two official spokespeople for the Taliban have active Twitter accounts that combined have a following of over 400,000.
A collection of photos documenting the ongoing crisis in Afghanistan since the Taliban took over last Sunday.
"I don't know how else to explain something like this except for brain worms. I mean, it's absurd. What were they thinking?" David Fox said.
The group of veterans—150 of whom served in Afghanistan—said their support of Biden's decision is "as resolute as ever."
"Any American who wants to come home, we will get you home," President Joe Biden told reporters on Friday.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the "big challenge" for the military alliance of 30 nations is working "harder on how we can get more people...into the airport, then processed and then onto the planes."
"As far as I can tell, this is the only viable option," Charlene Cakora, sister of U.S. hostage Mark Frerichs told Newsweek. "Everything else is just smoke."
Though the pace of evacuations has picked up, tens of thousands of people are still waiting to leave.