Frustration on Capitol Hill with the State Department continues to mount, as Americans and Afghan allies hold stranded in Afghanistan higher than two weeks after the U.S. accomplished its withdrawal from the nation. 

A repute between State Department staffers and congressional staffers on Wednesday shortly grew tense, as staffers from each events grew exasperated with the company’s responses to their questions on Afghanistan evacuations, congressional sources inform Fox News. 

“The general take was extreme frustration by the Hill staffers about all the questions they asked not having strong answers,” one present on the selection prompt Fox News. 

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The State Department has prompt congressional areas of work to dial as soon as extra the calls and emails they’re sending to the company about Americans and Afghan allies they’re making an attempt to get out of the nation, two senior Hill staffers prompt Fox News. 

The staffers spoke on state of affairs of anonymity to steer clear of jeopardizing already contentious relationships with the State Department.

“This is an emergency to the Americans being held hostage. This is an emergency to the members and their staff who are trying to get them out. It’s not an emergency to the State Department,” one senior staffer prompt Fox News. That staffer described the State Department’s dealing with of stranded Americans as “the DMV-ification of a hostage crisis,” referring to the Department of Motor Vehicles. 

A State Department spokesperson disputed that the selection was contentious. 

“The Biden Administration thinks this is a story they want to go away. We know it’s a race against time to free American hostages and reunite them with their families,” Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., prompt Fox News.  

The Biden administration’s delaying of evacuation efforts has pissed off members of Congress on each aspect of the aisle. 

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Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., talked about on Sept. 6 that he has “been deeply frustrated, even furious, at our government’s delay and inaction” in serving to construction flights buy clearance to depart Mazar-e Sharif airport. 

Eleven days later, not a lot has modified. 

State Department spokesperson Ned Price talked about Wednesday that construction flights nonetheless haven’t been allowed to depart the airport however talked about that his agency is to not blame.  

“We have been very clear that the individuals who have expressed a desire and a willingness to leave via Mazar-e-Sharif should be allowed to leave the country. The fact that, to my knowledge, a charter flight has not departed Mazar has nothing to do with anything that the State Department has or has not done, and in fact, quite the contrary,” Price talked about. 

“The State Department, as we have said, has pulled every lever available to us.”