Forty-three Percent Of Americans Opposed To Bergdahl Exchange

Americans don't quite know what to make of our newly recovered POW. The public is not pleased with the way President Obama handled the swap of missing U.S. soldier Bowe Bergdahl for five Taliban prisoners, according to a USA Today/Pew Research Center poll. It found that 43 percent of Americans believe it was wrong for Obama to make the deal, while 34 percent think it was right. Around half are angry at Bergdahl for walking off his base, while half are sympathetic, and 56 percent of Americans say it was the country's responsibility to bring its soldier home regardless of the circumstances of his disappearance.