Dem Rep. Connolly: I Still Don’t Know How Many Americans Are Left in Afghanistan

On Monday’s “CNN News­room,” Rep. Ger­ry Con­nol­ly (D‑VA) said he hasn’t got­ten a response from the State Depart­ment to his query on how many Amer­i­cans are left in Afghanistan and he doesn’t know how many Amer­i­cans are left.
Con­nol­ly stat­ed that he gives the admin­is­tra­tion “some cred­it for remov­ing 120,000 peo­ple in the evac­u­a­tion. But there are still tens of thou­sands left behind, and I want to know their sta­tus and what the plans are to try to help them.”
Host Ana Cabr­era asked, “You sent a let­ter, in fact, just last week to the sec­re­tary seek­ing answers, includ­ing how many Amer­i­cans remain there in Afghanistan, what steps the U.S. gov­ern­ment is tak­ing to con­tin­ue those evac­u­a­tions for Amer­i­cans and Afghan allies. …


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