Admiral James Stavridis (Ret) former Supreme Allied Commander at NATO and author of “2034: A Novel of the Next World War” tells Brian Kilmeade the U.S. military leaving Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan after nearly 20 years makes his heart hurt. Stavridis warns that after leaving Bagram we better hold onto Kabul Airport because if we don’t, it is game over and we would have to evacuate our embassy. Stavridis also spoke about China stepping up their nuclear capability and the threat their alliance with Russia poses. Plus, Admiral Stavridis remembers former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. Stavridis said he was proud to work for Rumsfeld and never met a more energetic patriot in his life. Stavridis added, he can’t think of another figure other than our presidents who have influenced American foreign policy and security policy over the last 50 years.

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