Recounting the events that led to Ghani's exit, the General said: "We were waiting for the president there. But then I got a call to say that instead of coming to the Defence Ministry, the President had gone to the airport.
"Even at the end we had an agreement with the Talibs for (them) not to enter Kabul," US Envoysaid.
In a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland, the lawmakers cite reports that "Ghani in fact had so much looted money with him when he fled Afghanistan that not all of it would fit in his helicopter and that he was forced to leave money lying on the tarmac."
Kabul: Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has secured a second term as President of Afghanistan, the country’s independent election commission has announced, more than four months after polls closed. “Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has secured 50.64 per cent of the votes used in the presidential elections, therefore the Independent Election Commission announces him as elected president of Afghanistan,” […]