President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden paid an evening visit to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center outside Washington Thursday, one week after the ISIS-K terror attack at Kabul’s international airport that killed 13 US service members and injured 20 more.
The president’s motorcade arrived at the Bethesda, Md. hospital just before 8 p.m. after making the short drive from the White House. The White House press office put out a one-line statement saying that the Bidens were visiting “wounded warriors.”
The Marine Corps Times reported Wednesday that 15 Marines who were injured in the blast outside the Abbey Gate at Hamid Karzai International Airport were being treated at Walter Reed. Maj. James Stenger, a spokesman for the Corps, told the outlet that one of the injured Marines was in critical condition, three were in serious condition, and the other 11 were in stable condition.
The wounded service members were initially flown to Germany for