Republicans criticizing Afghan refugees face risks

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Some Republicans are betting that sowing fear about the U.S. accepting thousands of Afghan refugees will aid them in the midterms‚ a risk that could backfire, as polls show a majority support allowing those who fled to enter the country.Republicans broadly have unified behind attacks on Biden’s handling of immigration issues and those seeking entry into the United States.But on Afghan refugees, the GOP is divided, with some raising concerns about the security risk of accepting refugees and others saying the U.S. must embrace them.Montana Rep. Matt Rosendale (R) complained his state might receive 75 refugees and that the “mass evacuation of over 100,000 Afghan nationals in a matter of weeks has made proper vetting of these individuals near impossible.”“This is a dangerous part of the world. We know that we have a lot of dangerous people there that want to do the United States harm,” South Dakota Gov. Kristi NoemKristi Lynn NoemRepublicans criticizing Afghan refugee
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