Republican politicians on Friday and Saturday criticized President Biden for spending his Labor Day weekend in Delaware amid the mayhem unfolding after the U.S. militarys withdrawal from Afghanistan. The president on Friday flew from Louisiana, where he surveyed devastation to New Orleans suburbs after Hurricane Ida, to his home town of Wilmington, Delaware. The president is anticipated to survey hurricane damage in New York and New Jersey on Tuesday.”American residents are still stranded behind firing line in Afghanistan, and on the other hand Joe Biden is vacationing in Delaware,” Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said in a Saturday tweet.Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., also took objective at the president for his weekend trip.AFGHANISTAN AFTERMATH: DEMOCRATS SEND LETTER TO BLINKEN URGING SAFE RETURN OF AMERICAN CITIZENS, SIV HOLDERS”Roughly 100 Americans will be investing their weekend deserted in Afghanistan,” the congressman tweeted on Friday.Other Republican and conservative pundits also chimed in: Karine Jean-Pierre, White House deputy press secretary, informed reporters throughout a Friday press gaggle that Biden was dealing with “different multiple crises.”CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP “But […] this is the function of the president, right? To make sure that we keep working. We have actually dealt with numerous crises at the same time,” she said.The State Department approximates that less than 250 Americans remain stuck in the nation after the last U.S. soldiers left prior to Aug. 31. Other legislators and institutions estimate thousands of other Afghan allies, including Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) holders, are seeking evacuation.