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January 1, GOP demands action for hundreds of Americans left behind in Kabul



House Republicans called for a vote on legislation that would keep US troops in Afghanistan until every last American is evacuated.

Approximately two dozen Republicans, including some who served in Afghanistan, attended a short House session amid the summer recess to pass a bill that would delay the military’s withdrawal.

However, Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.), who presided over the meeting, led a moment of silence to honor the 13 service members killed in the Kabul terror attack last week. Then she adjourned without any further action, prompting adverse reactions from GOP members.

“Never in my lifetime would I ever believe America would have an administration knowingly make a decision to leave Americans behind,” House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) said. “Now is not the time to hide. We are a co-equal branch. Now is the time for leadership in Congress.”

There are approximately 100 to 200 Americans who haven’t been evacuated, according to Secretary of State Antony Blinken.


GOP demands keeping troops in Kabul until all Americans evacuated

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  1. Bill

    September 1, 2021 at 10:31 am

    I do not trust this administration all they do is lie to us I think there’s more then 200 people left I can not believe we let any American people behind this administration has failed at every thing they have touched.expect tarring this country apart they all need to be kicked to the curb and impeach or court marshal and left with no can you leave the but load of money are equipment and technology behind all that was payed for by the people this cabinet is not American and don’t represent the people of this country it is all about them and there agenda.and all the blood is on their hands and I hope that the country shoo them the door out of office

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