Chair of Republicans Overseas debates Democrat political analyst over Biden’s Afghan withdrawal

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‘His military and foreign policy advisers gave him options, he turned them down and he waved the white flag.’

Greg Swenson, Chairman of Republicans Overseas UK, slams President Biden for his withdrawal from Afghanistan.

‘The Brits are a very important ally, and we’d like to know that you are still concerned about what is happening in our country because we’re all together on this thing.’

Political analyst Jon-Christopher Bua debates Joe Biden’s withdrawal from Afghanistan.

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