Pentagon Officials are now saying that ‘it’s possible’ the United States teams up with the Taliban against ISIS-K. So, first the White House gave up control in Afghanistan to the Taliban, then they left them billions of dollars’ worth of weaponry and other military gear and money, and now, they are suggesting at the possibility of teaming up with them to fight the Taliban’s enemy? Are they really for the people of America? Counterterrorism and Foreign Policy Expert, Jason Killmeyer, is here to break down this latest development coming from the Pentagon.
Dana talks with Stephen Yates (@YatesComms), International Advisor, who advised during the Bush administration, and our regular guest who is here to again use his knowledge and logic on international issues – including all the nuance surrounding Afghanistan. Biden hasn’t named any ISIS-K leaders he supposedly killed with the drone strike, yet we are seeing …
The White House was warned before the two ISIS-K bombings in and around Kabul airport. What did they do when they learned of this threat? NOTHING. We had a hold of ISIS members, and they let a decade-worth of people out. How incompetent of an administration do you have to be? They have no love of country, and that’s exactly why Biden and his administration turned their backs on America during this tragedy. Tom Amenta Former Army Ranger Co-Author of ‘The Twenty-Year War,’ shares what he is going through at this very moment, as the Afghanistan crisis continues to unfold.
Bill Roggio, Senior Fellow of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, joins Buck to discuss today’s suicide bombing at Hamid Karzai International Airport calling it as predictable as it was tragic.