WH chief of staff Klain says 'around' 100 Americans still in Afghanistan: 'Many of them want to stay'

White House chief of staff Ron Klain said Sunday there are “around” one hundred U.S. citizens left in Afghanistan and that “many of them want to stay,” despite reports that Taliban fighters have been carrying out violent reprisals on Americans and Afghan allies since the U.S. military completed its withdrawal last week.
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