By Emily Zanotti
President Joe Biden pledged to hunt down ISIS-K following a pair of terror attacks outside Kabul’s airport that left at least a dozen American service members dead, including 11 United States Marines and one U.S. Navy hospital corpsman. More than a hundred Afghans were wounded in the suicide bombing and at least 60 are believed dead, though the Taliban has so far refused to provide up-to-date numbers.
Speaking late Thursday afternoon, Biden, who appeared visibly exhausted, said it was a “tough day” and praised the U.S. military before pledging to “hunt down” ISIS-K and make them pay for the loss of American lives.
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