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September 08, 2021
Afghanistan Veteran Says War Might be Over for U.S. but Not for Afghans
Jason Dempsey, an adjunct senior fellow of the Military, Veterans, and Society program at the Center for a New American Security, and a military veteran deployed twice to Afghanistan, joined Cheddar to talk about the consequences of America pulling out of its longest-running war.
Watch the full video from Cheddar News.
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