Top US military testify before the senate on withdrawal from Afghanistan – watch live

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U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin; Gen. Mark Milley, chair of Joint Chiefs of Staff; and Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, commander of U.S. Central Command; testify before Senate Armed Services Committee about withdrawal from Afghanistan.

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