Kabul Attack Biden's "Worst Nightmare", He'll "Have To Go Back In" - Says Obama's CIA Director | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Kabul Attack Biden's "Worst Nightmare", He'll "Have To Go Back In" - Says Obama's CIA Director

Having beheld a disastrous two-decade long failed war and occupation, with immense US blood and treasure lost, and over $2.3 trillion spent and counting - and now with horrific suicide blasts killing over 100 people including 13 US troops during the chaotic exit - the national security state hawks are already pushing for Washington to get straight back into the fight.

Former CIA chief and ex-Defense Secretary under Obama, Leon Panetta, is urging just that. On the day of the twin suicide attacks at Kabul airport he went on CNN to say President Biden will have to "go back in" if he wants to avenge the deaths of Americans on Thursday.

"I understand that we’re trying to get our troops out of there. But the bottom line is we can leave a battlefield, but we can’t leave the war on terrorism, which still is a threat to our security," he said on CNN's OutFront news show. This after the Afghan Islamic State group known as ISIS-K took responsibility for the attacks, which had also reportedly taken out dozens of Taliban members.

Panetta was CIA Director at the height of the so-called 'global war on terror' - from 2009 through 2011 - and then became Obama's Secretary of Defense through 2013.

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