Psaki Calls Out Fox News for Saying Americans ‘Stranded’ in Afghanistan

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The White House insisted Monday Americans are not “stranded” in Afghanistan, pledging the Biden administration will bring home all Americans who want to return home.

President Joe Biden’s national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, also underscored that al-Qaida currently does not have the capability to attack the United States from Afghanistan.

Sullivan said ISIS poses a bigger threat at the present time and the intelligence assessment suggests the U.S. can “suppress that terrorism threat without keeping thousands” of troops in the country.

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