Man that rescued Biden in Afghanistan now pleads for rescue from the Taliban: ‘Do not forget me and my family’

Thirteen years ago he saved Biden; now he is asking him to return the favor

An Afghan interpreter that helped rescue then-Sen. Joe Biden and two other senators from Afghanistan thirteen years ago is now pleading with the president to rescue him and his family, warning that the Taliban will likely kill him on sight. In 2008, the man known only as Mohammed was part of a team that helped ensure Joe Biden’s safety after their Black Hawk helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing during a snowstorm. 

Afghan interpreter that rescued Biden in 2008 pleads for rescue from Taliban: ‘Do not forget me’

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