But when embassy officials told him no, Mullin allegedly threatened U.S. ambassador to Tajikistan, John Mark Pommersheim, and embassy staff, according to the paper.
"To say this is extremely dangerous is a massive understatement," a State Department official told the Post. The nature of Mullin's threats was not immediately clear.
As of late Tuesday, officials said they were unsure of Mullin's whereabouts. But Meredith Blanford, a spokeswoman for Mullin, later said Mullin "has been and is currently completely safe." Blanford added that he and his office "will continue to do anything in our power to bring home all Americans from the war zone that President Biden abandoned," according to the Washington Post.
Congressman Mullin's office, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy's office, and the U.S. State Department did not immediately respond to late-night requests for comment from Fox News.
On Monday, the Pentagon announced that all U.S. troops have departed Afghanistan. The final C-17 carrying service members lifted off from the airport at 3:29 pm U.S. Eastern Time.