Donald Trump criticized Joe Biden and again hinted at a 2024 presidential run in an interview released Monday on Fox News Digital.

“I don’t think we’re gonna have a choice. It’s disgraceful” he said. 

Trump has called out Biden for the recent Afghanistan withdrawal despite he himself calling for a withdrawal. Trump had called for a May 1 withdrawal deadline from Afghanistan, while Biden called for an Aug. 31 withdrawal. 

Trump had long criticized U.S. military involvement in Afghanistan. In January 2013, he posted on Twitter: “Let’s get out of Afghanistan. Our troops are being killed there by the Afghans we train and we waste billions. Nonsense! Rebuild the USA."

Trump campaigned on pulling out of Afghanistan in 2016 yet condemned Biden for “the greatest embarrassment in the history of our country.” 

Trump added that military parents only want to speak with him, instead of Biden. “They’re just devastated,” he said.

“It’s getting to a point where we really have no choice,” he added. 

Trump did not cite evidence about the military parents who only want to speak with him.  

At one point in the interview, Trump called Biden “incompetent.”

The comments mostly echoed statements made by Trump on Saturday, when he described Biden's withdrawal from Afghanistan as "gross incompetence." When asked by a New York police officer whether he'd run again, Trump vaguely responded, "That's a tough question."

Trump has spent much of his post-presidency questioning the legitimacy of the 2020 election and unfounded claims of voter fraud. 

It is still unclear whether the former president will decide to throw his hat in the ring again for a 2024 run. Trump has hinted at running in 2024 on several occasions. 

“As you know they just lost the White House … but who knows, who knows, I may even decide to beat them for a third time,” Trump said in February at a CPAC event. 

Trump lost the 2020 election by over 7 million votes and lost the electoral college vote, 306-232.