An Afghan interpreter who helped rescue then-Senator Joe Biden when he was stranded in a remote Afghanistan valley after his helicopter was forced to make an impromptu landing during a snowstorm, is pleading for the President to help him and his family stranded in the now Taliban-controlled country.
“Hello Mr. President: Save me and my family,” the interpreter who goes by Mohammed told The Wall Street Journal on Monday. “Don’t forget me here,” he added.
“I can’t leave my house,” Mohammed said on Tuesday. “I’m very scared.” Read more from Independent Chronicle.