President Joe Biden is taking credit for rescuing 21 stranded Americans from Afghanistan as evacuation flights on Friday have stalled over “heath concerns,” according to Reuters.
“Unspecified health concerns have halted US-bound flights of Afghan evacuees from two key countries, US document says,” the outlet wrote, which the White House confirmed to be four cases of measles.
As future flights remain grounded, the White House again congratulated themselves for the deadly Afghan evacuation operation – this time for saving 21 American citizens from behind Taliban lines.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Unspecified health concerns have halted US-bound flights of Afghan evacuees from two key countries, US document says.
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United States National Security Council (NSC) Spokesperson Emily Horne gave credit for the evacuation to the “United States government” run by Biden, who “facilitated the additional departures of U.S. citizens and