Biden: Military Isn't The Way To Deal With Human Rights Issues : The NPR Politics Podcast Frantic evacuations continue in Afghanistan as President Biden publicly defends the way in which the withdrawal of U.S. troops was conducted. And in an interview with ABC on Wednesday, Biden said that using military force to deal with human rights issues was "not rational."

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Biden: Military Isn't The Way To Deal With Human Rights Issues

Biden: Military Isn't The Way To Deal With Human Rights Issues

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Frantic evacuations continue in Afghanistan as President Biden publicly defends the way in which the withdrawal of U.S. troops was conducted. And in an interview with ABC on Wednesday, Biden said that using military force to deal with human rights issues was "not rational."

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