National Guard Troops Finally Learn When They’ll Be Able to Leave DC

National Guard Troops Finally Learn When They’ll Be Able to Leave DC


National Guard troops will remain stationed at the U.S. Capitol until March 22, according to a Pentagon spokesman.

“We’re obviously constantly in touch with the Department of Homeland Security, the Secret Service and D.C. officials about the need about the requirement. And we’re always evaluating it,” Pentagon press secretary John Kirby told Fox News’ Neil Cavuto on Tuesday.

“There’s no incidents to report. Things are safe and secure right now,” he said.

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Many lawmakers have called for the troops to be sent home earlier.

“There are still 6,000 National Guard troops in Washington, D.C.,” Republican Rep. Madison Cawthorn of North Carolina said Tuesday on Twitter. “There is no imminent threat. Bring. Them. Home.”

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There are still 6,000 National Guard troops in Washington, D.C.

There is no imminent threat.

Bring. Them.

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