Gimenez: Afghanistan will be a terror group ‘base,’ America less safe

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Rep. Carlos Gimenez of the House Homeland Security Committee discusses Biden’s foreign policy ‘incompetence’ and weighs in on the potential Taliban terror threat amid the U.S. troop withdrawal.

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