Afghan Interpreter Who Helped Rescue Biden in 2008 Left Behind

Afghan Interpreter Who Helped Rescue Biden in 2008 Left Behind
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Hundreds of Americans remain left behind in Afghanistan after the August 31st withdrawal deadline has passed, and now we’re learning that an Afghan interpreter who helped rescue then-Senator Joe Biden back in 2008 was also left behind.

Only known as Mohammed, the interpreter pleaded  “Hello Mr. President: Save me and my family. Don’t forget me here.” Mohammed saved Biden and then-Sens. Chuck Hagel and John Kerry after their helicopter was forced to land in the mountains of Afghanistan during a snowstorm in 2008.

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Psaki was asked about the interpreter, replying “Our message to him is thank you for fighting by our side for the last 20 years. Thank you for the role you played in helping a number of my favorite people out of a snowstorm and for all the work you did,” before offering empty promises about rescuing everyone.

Meanwhile, Biden is telling refugee groups to prepare for the arrival of 50,000 refugees from Afghanistan; not including the one who once helped him.

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