Pentagon Spox John Kirby on ISIS Leaders Killed in Strike: It’s ‘Good Thing’ They’re ‘No Longer Walking On the Face of the Earth’

‘I’m not going to talk about specific capabilities ISIS may have lost in this strike’

(via Mediaite)

Pentagon Spokesperson John Kirby responded to reporter questions regarding the current state of affairs in Afghanistan after a U.S. airstrike that took out ISIS-K leaders responsible for the Kabul Airport Attack, that killed 13 US Service Members.

Kirby, who is a retired rear admiral in the United States Navy, spoke to the current level of threat in Afghanistan, specifically in regards to the airport security following the deadly attack.

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