On July 7, 2020, journalist Ryan Girdusky reported on a vote the House took on an amendment that would attempt to block President Trump’s withdrawal plan from Afghanistan and Germany.
SCOOP: Here are the House Republicans who voted for the amendment to try and stop President Trump’s withdrawal from Afghanistan: Thornberry, Wilson, Bishop, Turner, Rogers, Conoway, Lamborn, Wittman, Hartzler, Cook, Stefanik, Gallagher, Bacon, Cheney, Mitchell, Bergman, Waltz
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Girdusky then tweeted on congressmen’s vote to withdraw troops from Germany:
Here’s the House GOP Reps who voted for the amendment to stop President Trump’s withdrawal from Germany: Thornberry, Wilson, Bishop, Turner, Rogers, Conoway, Lamborn, Wittman, Hartzler, Cook, Stefanik, Gallagher, Bacon, Cheney, Mitchell, Bergman, Waltz, Byrne, Scott
On the other hand, several House Republicans voted with President Donald Trump’s America First agenda:
Here are the House Republicans who voted WITH @realDonaldTrump on Afghanistan: Brooks, Byrne, Banks, DesJarlais, Abraham, Kelly, Gaetz, Scott Here are the Democrats who joined them: Khanna, Gabbard
Then Girdusky highlighted the Democrats who voted against am Afghan withdrawal
Here are the Dems who voted against leaving Afghanistan: Smith, Davis, Langevin, Larsen, Cooper, Courtney, Garamendi, Speier, Norcross, Gallego, Moulto, Carbajal, Brown, Keating, Vela Jr., Kim, Horn, Cisneros, Houlhan, Crow, Torres Small, Slotkin, Sherrill, Escobar Haaland…
Golden, Trahan, Luria, Brinisdi
Indeed, it’s disappointing to see American troops still in Afghanistan.
After nearly 20 years of conflict, the U.S. has spent approximately $1 trillion on the Afghan war according to a Forbes report.
A Brown University study found that over 2,000 Americans have perished in the Afghan conflict.
Given these facts, it’s high time the U.S. get out of Afghanistan.