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Army vet, Senate candidate Jake Bequette says it's 'shocking' Biden admin trying to 'move on' from Afghanistan

Added 10-20-21 07:29:02am EST - “Army? veteran, former? NFL? player and? Arkansas? Senate? candidate Jake Bequette said it is "shocking" that the Biden administration and Democrats have "tried to move on" from the "crisis" in Afghanistan.” - Foxnews.com

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U.S. Army veteran, former NFL player and Arkansas Senate primary candidate Jake Bequette said it is "shocking" to him that the Biden administration and Democrats have "tried to move on" from the "crisis" in Afghanistan, slamming officials for "attempting to legitimize a murderous regime."

Bequette, during an interview with Fox News, reacted to the news that the State Department’s inspector general launched "several oversight projects" related to the end of U.S. military and diplomatic missions in Afghanistan.

"What happened in Afghanistan was a disgrace and a debacle," Bequette said. "It is shocking to me that Democrats and the Biden administration and the mainstream media have tried to move on from this crisis when there are still American citizens trapped there."

Bequette went on to criticize the administration, saying they are "attempting to legitimize" the Taliban, which he called a "murderous regime."

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