By aaron rustom
October 19, 2021
U.S. Troops withdrew from Afghanistan successful August, and the U.S. State Department is looking into however it was handled.
The State Department's Inspector General's Office is investigating the Biden administration's withdrawal from Afghanistan, according to reports by NBC News and Politico. Diana Shaw, the State Department's acting inspector general, told Congress she volition look into however diplomatic operations concluded and however the State Department's Special Immigrant Visa Program was utilized to process Afghan refugees.
U.S. Troops withdrew from Afghanistan successful August, and Afghan forces were rapidly overrun by the Taliban.
Despite criticism, President Biden has defended his determination to propulsion troops out.