Biden: ‘The Law Doesn’t Allow’ Afghan Interpreters to Come to the U.S. Like Immigrants on the Southern Border

‘That’s why we are asking the Congress to consider changing the law’

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BIDEN: "Because the law doesn't allow that to happen. And that's why we're asking the Congress consider changing laws. But in the meantime, we can guarantee their safety, if they wish to leave, by taking them to third countries and/or, while the wait is taking place, come to, uh — and hopefully, while they're waiting there, to be able to bring them back to the United States, if that's what they choose to do."

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