‘Don’t leave us behind’ – US interpreter asks for help from those he helped in Afghanistan

Sky News published this video item, entitled “‘Don’t leave us behind’ – US interpreter asks for help from those he helped in Afghanistan” – below is their description.

The sense of betrayal is growing in the US as one former Commando lets us hear how he believes the withdrawal failed and how he fears for one of his former interpreters who he said “climbed mountains with us”.

‘Rambo’ – whose voice was altered to protect his identity – spoke to Sky News from Afghanistan as he continues his attempt to flee the country.

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