CHICAGO (NewsNation Now) — Afghanistan has rapidly fallen back into the hands of the Taliban. Some are now questioning what life will become for the people who cannot leave the country and whether the U.S.’s 20-year stay was worth it.
Washington Post senior editor Marc Fisher, Army Green Beret Scott Mann and NewsNation’s Leland Vittert discuss the fall of Kabul and what will come next in Afghanistan.
NewsNation’s Joe Khalil joins Adrienne to talk about the logistics of housing tens of thousands of refugees. Ashleigh Banfield stops by to discuss the dramatic change women in Afghanistan are about to face.
Former U.S. National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster joins the show to talk about what led to this moment and what comes next.
Veteran and gold star husband Joe Kent and Brett Eagleson, who lost his father on 9/11, come on to talk about the potential rise in terrorism if the Taliban stay in power.
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