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Cavuto pushes again on new State Dept claims about Afghanistan: ‘Would not look like the case’

“Your World” host Neil Cavuto pushed again on a number of claims made by State Division spokesman Ned Value throughout a press convention on Monday.

Value claimed the Taliban needs to have “a relationship with the remainder of the world” and be seen as a legit authorities quite than a world “pariah.” He additionally alleged commitments of “protected passage” of People and U.S.-aligned people to the Hamid Karzai Worldwide Airport “do not have an expiration date.”

Nevertheless, Cavuto pointed to a Sky Information interview with the Taliban’s Doha, Qatar-based ombudsman, Suhail Shaheen—who contradicted Value and stated an American presence after President Joe Biden’s most up-to-date deadline of August 31 cryptically represents a “pink line.”

“If [the US] extends it, which means we’re extending occupation—there is not any want for that. It would create distrust between us,” Shaheen stated Monday.

Cavuto added Value’s declare that the Taliban promised the aforementioned “protected passage” to the airport would not look like true.

“That does not look like the case proper now,” Cavuto stated, as studies of Taliban beating People and Afghans making an attempt to get to the airport together with house-to-house “hunts” by the militants for individuals who assisted U.S. operations in Afghanistan over the previous 20 years.

“He additionally stated that we’re appearing with one voice: The very fact of the matter is, the British, the Germans and the French have criticized our strategy and incapacity or no less than refusal to go away the perimeter that’s now cordoned across the Kabul Airport that has been arrange by the Taliban. So they are not talking with one voice,” Cavuto stated.

Cavuto then turned to Fox Information nationwide safety correspondent Jennifer Griffin on the Pentagon.

“The underside line is the U.S. now wants the permission of the Taliban to remain,” Griffin stated. “The State Division is now saying Americans, westerners with diplomats and SIV’s with a Visa in hand ought to come to the Kabul airport and can be let by means of the gates – that can sluggish the move to a trickle except they waive different necessities and do the vetting in these third counties … Qatar, Germany and elsewhere.”


She continued, “For those who reached out to us which are in hiding which are telling us that the Taliban are knocking on their doorways and they’re cowering with their kids and these are folks that labored with the People for years, a few of them did not fill out SIV paperwork as a result of they thought they’d keep and work with the Afghan authorities: When that authorities collapsed, the entire system collapsed. These individuals do need to go as a result of they are going to be killed in the event that they’re left behind.”

Griffin added that U.S. navy servicemembers on the bottom have been making an attempt to “push the system as a lot as attainable” to get People and U.S.-aligned Afghans to security.

“We have seen heroic efforts behind the scenes, however with the State Division course of altering right this moment to require vetting to be executed on the bottom on the airport, it may make it very tough to maintain that pipeline shifting,” she stated. 


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