"Operation Enduring Freedom": 20 Years Since U.S. Began War In Afghanistan

Twenty years ago, former President George W. Bush launched an "operation enduring freedom" after the devastating attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001. Bush along with the other U.S. officials launched this very operation after the Taliban refused to hand over its Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden. Now, as the U.S. Withdraws from Afghanistan, several citizens have rushed to flee the country, and now the U.S. is seeing an influx of refugees. President and CEO of National Immigration Forum and Host of "Only in America" Podcast Ali Noorani, joined Cheddar to discuss more.
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