Former U.S. Congressman Thomas Garrett joins America's Roundtable Radio co-hosts Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy with a special report from the frontline of the war in Ukraine, the Russia threat, and the future of America's security. Garrett returned from Ukraine and was just 12 miles from the Ukraine-Russia border meeting with Ukrainian military leaders on the frontline. He spent time with Ukraine's elected representatives, and citizens of this nation as they defend their sovereign state against Russian aggression with the support of America, Britain and other democratic states.
Our conversation will also focus on the U.S. Supreme Court leak and the future of the court.
As a member of Congress, Thomas Garrett served on the Committees on Homeland Security, Foreign Affairs, and Education and Workforce. He was a senator and assistant attorney general representing the Commonwealth of Virginia. Garrett served in the U.S. Army and was based in the Balkans during the 1990s.
Congressman Garrett is also bringing to the forefront the plight of the 70 million people and hundreds of millions more around the world facing persecution through the new documentary series “Exile.” The project is a collaborative endeavor with Matt Whitworth—the documentary filmmaker known for HBO's "The Swamp."
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