Biden Chief of Staff: No Plan To Evacuate Abandoned Americans In Afghanistan

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White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain revealed Sunday that the Biden administration has no plans in the works to retrieve abandoned Americans in Afghanistan.

Instead, he said, they will be relying on Qatar to try to get approximately 100 Americans out of Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.

Talk about decisive leadership!

 “We believe it’s around 100. We’re in touch with all of them who we have identified on a regular basis,” Klain said of the stranded Americans.

“Obviously, we’re hopeful that, in the coming days, the Qataris will be able to resume air service out of Kabul. And, if they do, we’re obviously going to look to see if Americans can be part of those flights. We are going to find ways to get them — the ones that want to leave, to get them out of Afghanistan.”

In other words, the Biden administration doesn’t know exactly how many Americans are left behind, or how exactly they’ll be evacuated.

Biden has refused to answer questions in recent days about how his administration would retrieve the Americans left behind in Afghanistan.

Currently, Biden is vacationing at his home in Delaware for Labor Day weekend.


Watch the Biden Administration try to sugarcoat the Afghanistan situation and even the Taliban.



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