WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden talked about in a statement Saturday that his national security group warned an attack at the airport in Kabul is “highly most likely in the next 24-36 hours.”
“The situation on the ground continues to be extraordinarily dangerous, and the threat of terrorist attacks on the airport remains excessive,” Biden talked about, adding that he directed U.S. commanders to “rob every that you can think of measure to prioritize drive safety.”
The latest threat overview follows a U.S. drone strike that killed two excessive-profile ISIS-Okay contributors.
“I talked about we would plod after the community guilty for the attack on our troops and innocent civilians in Kabul, and we relish,” Biden talked about of the drone strike. “This strike used to be not the closing,” he added. “We can continue to seek out any person involved in that heinous attack and construct them pay,” the president talked about.