During conversations between President Biden and Vladimir Putin, which is normal between heads of state, a very unusual and disconcerting discussion took place over the feasibility and viability of having our military work out of Russian military bases for counterterrorism in Afghanistan since the United States gave up Bagram Air Base. Then, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Milley was instructed to speak with his Russian counterpart to discuss the logistics.

Why in the world would we put our most sensitive information and assets on a Russian military base?

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