CHICAGO (NewsNation Now) — America’s longest was has come to an end with the last flight leaving Kabul. However, the fallout of what’s left behind will likely be felt for a while yet.
Rep. Michael Waltz (R-Fla.), an Army Green Beret currently serving in the National Guard, and retired Lt. Gen. William Boykin analyze the withdrawal.
Anti-vaccine mandate rallies are taking place across the country as schools open. Stephanie Edmonds, a New York City teacher fighting mandates, talks about why she opposes them.
Dr. Toni Gross with Children’s Hospital New Orleans talks about the overlap of the COVID-19 surge and Hurricane Ida in Louisiana.
Rep. Mark Green (R-TN) talks about how to prevent future terrorist attacks now that the U.S. is out of Afghanistan.
Retired Navy SEAL Ed Hiner explains how Afghanistan War vets are reacting to what’s happening.
Former Marine Elliot Ackerman discusses the heartbreak of not getting every American ally out of Afghanistan.
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