Senator Lindsey Graham says "the chance of another 9/11 just went through the roof" as the U.S. prepares to evacuate its last servicemembers from Afghanistan.
During an interview with CBS's "Face The Nation," Graham said he has "never been more worried about an attack on our homeland than I am right now."
"We're leaving thousands of Afghan allies behind who fought bravely with us. We're gonna leave hundreds of American citizens behind. The chance of another 9/11 just went through the roof. These drone attacks will not degrade ISIS. The number of ISIS fighters have doubled. We've turned our back on our allies and we set the conditions for another 9/11."
"We did not end this war," Graham warned. "President Biden said that he wanted to take Afghanistan off the plate for future presidents. He's turned the exact opposite. For the next 20 years, American presidents would be dealing with this catastrophe and Afghanistan. This war has not ended. We've entered into a new deadly chapter. Terrorists are now in charge of Afghanistan."