FOX News congressional correspondent Aishah Hasnie joined Sunday night in America with Trey Gowdy to discuss the situation in Afghanistan.
Hasnie was born in Lahore, Pakistan. Her uncle was a lieutenant commandeer in the U.S. Navy who sponsored her family to immigrate to the United States when she was a child. Aishah still has friends, contacts and acquaintances in Afghanistan.
Aishah Hasnie: Tonight I can’t even frankly tell what’s worse, whether you should stay at home and wait for the Taliban to come and find you. Or, risk heading to the airport and perhaps get trampled there because that’s what’s happening to some of the people… One of my friends told me last week one of her relatives was shot and killed out on the street. He workded for the Afghan government… He went out to go to work and he was shot and killed in the open. I have other friends who are essentially waiting, terrified for the Taliban to come and find them because the Taliban now has seen the biometric system that the US has created so they can tell who is who. And now the Taliban know who worked with the government.
Lt. Col. Oliver North on Thursday reported the Taliban now has the names, addresses and phone numbers of every Afghan who worked for the USA.