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Republican Member Of Congress Reportedly Missing After Rogue Mission To Rescue Five Americans In Afghanistan

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A Republican member of Congress is reportedly missing after saying he was trying to save five American citizens from Afghanistan, according to a report by the Washington Post.

Officials told the Post that the whereabouts of Rep. Markwayne Mullin of Oklahoma are unknown.

The report said that Mullin, 44, became enraged on Monday when a U. S. ambassador refused his request to help move large amounts of money into Tajikistan for his mission to save an American mother and her four children. The ambassador told him the request would be illegal, which reportedly prompted Mullin to threaten the ambassador and his staff.

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The Republican had ignored warnings from the State Department and the Pentagon to avoid travelling to Afghanistan.

Mullin had said he was planning to hire a helicopter to help the 5 Americans escape the Taliban-controlled country. He was flying from Tblisi, Georgia, into the capital of Tajikis… (Read more)

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