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Montana governor demands Biden halt Afghan resettlement after evacuee is charged with rape

In a letter sent to President Joe Biden on Wednesday, Gov. Greg Gianforte said that while he welcomes Afghan evacuees to the state, he has “grave concerns” about the vetting process. “The system requires a careful, immediate reevaluation,” wrote Gianforte. “As governor, the safety, security, and wellbeing of Montanans is my top priority. Tragic events over the last few weeks, including one in Montana, have brought to the front issues with your vetting system.”

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