An Afghan translator who in 2008 helped save Joe Biden during a special missionask for your help Now that I’m the boss United State to leave Afghanistan.
“Hello, Mr. President, save me and my family,” the Afghan translator told the newspaper. The Wall Street Journal.
The translator, who identified himself as Muhammad, asking for help For President Biden now that US forces have left Afghanistan.
After learning this information, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, He praised the translator and reaffirmed the US commitment to helping Afghan allies.
“Our message to him is: Thank you for fighting alongside us for the past 20 years.. Our commitment is enduring, not only to American citizens, but also to our Afghan partners who have fought alongside us.”
Jane Psaki, White House press secretary.
The The press secretary confirmed that there are efforts to deport Muhammad and his family from that country, as a gesture of honor for his service during this time.
How did the young Afghan helped President Joe Biden?
The American newspaper reported that An Afghan interpreter helped save then-senator Joe Biden in 2008, when his helicopter, carrying other US officials, had to make an emergency landing in the mountains of Afghanistan due to weather conditions caused by a snowstorm.
The Afghan young man told the newspaper that he could not leave his house And that he was “too afraid”, for possible reprisals that the Taliban could exercise against him.
Muhammad trusted Joe Biden to help himWell, I assure you, “The President of the United States is a cultured man.”
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