Bipartisan reps denied access to Afghan refugees, facilities in Qatar

Bipartisan reps denied access to Afghan refugees, facilities in Qatar


Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) said he and a group of bipartisan lawmakers were denied access to refugees and holding facilities in Doha, Qatar, as members look to aid in evacuation efforts of constituents and Afghan allies that remain in Afghanistan. 

The California Republican, who sits on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, said that while they were able to drive onto the Udeid Air Base without an escort and were provided a briefing from a U.S. general they were blocked from seeing what was happening first hand. 

“We were able to get on to the airbase where all of our fighters were, drive around and then go and have a briefing with a one star General Donohue,” he told The Post in an

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