President Joe Biden addressed the nation about the chaos in Afghanistan as the military works to evacuate Americans and Afghan allies from the country, but critics say his plans were botched from the start. Dr. Ariel Cohen, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, joined Cheddar to talk about the United States’ position as a global leader and the ramifications of the tumultuous withdrawal in the eyes of allies and enemies. "Those Afghans who risked their life and limb everyday for 20 years, helping the United States military, helping our intelligence community, we just abandon them and cut and run?” Cohen exclaimed. "This is worse than Saigon in 1975."