"I love my job," Gee had written on Instagram alongside a photo showing her cradling a baby at Kabul airport days before her death.
The Taliban have been fighting ISIS-K for years but criticized the U.S. operation.
The former secretary of state under the Trump administration played a role in the peace deal with Taliban.
The TV host dedicated a segment of his show to discuss the recent murder of a Kandahar policeman and social media comedian Nazar Mohammad Khasha.
The 23-year-old, among the 13 U.S. service members killed in the ISIS-K attack, shared a pic of her holding an infant amid the evacuation.
An official said approximately 111,900 people have been evacuated from Afghanistan's capital city since August 14.
"Will we blindly allow the elite to drag us into new, even more costly military adventures in the name of spreading or protecting democracy?" the former congresswoman asked.
Two Republicans have called on the president to designate the Taliban as a foreign terrorist organization.
The British Army and government have admitted there could be hundreds people left in Afghanistan as the Taliban is set to fully take over.
The Bagram Air Base was the largest U.S. military base in Afghanistan before it was abandoned on July 1.
"News of this list being shared shows that once the military-led evacuation effort concludes, America has a responsibility to use all of its available resources to rescue our allies by every other available method," Kristofer Goldsmith told Newsweek.
ISIS-K is made up mainly of Afghans and Pakistanis, some of whom used to be Taliban militants.
"Anybody who's been killed right now was an American ally of some type," said Matt Zeller, veteran Army captain and founder of the nonprofit No One Left Behind program.
The humanitarian airlift mission by U.S. and allied forces was sent into chaos Thursday after a suicide bomber struck at the Hamid Karzai International Airport.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said there will be a "day of reckoning" for the president and other officials over what transpired in Afghanistan.
America's painful withdrawal from Afghanistan has been punctuated by presidential gaffes and errors.
Animal shelter founder Paul Farthing has said he hasn't been able to get the cats and dogs past Taliban checkpoints.
The former president attacked the Biden administration's "stupidity" regarding the how the Afghanistan withdrawal was executed.
Evacuations continue at Kabul's airport after a deadly ISIS bombing which President Biden has vowed to respond to.
Like the attack on the U.S. embassy in Libya or the crash of Desert One near Tehran, the disastrous Afghanistan pullout will do serious political damage.
"We will need to coordinate with the Taliban," Jen Psaki said. "I'm not going to label it as a friendship or anything other than continued coordination."
"Families are showing up to pick up the bodies [of people they know], and this is how it is going to be for the whole night," Nasser Waziri told Newsweek.
ISIS' Amaq News Agency cited "military sources" claiming "the killing and wounding of around 160 American forces and their collaborators in a martyrdom attack of the Islamic State near Kabul airport."
"The enemy gets a vote too," the Republican congressman tweeted.
"While we're saddened by the loss of life, of both U.S. and Afghans, we're continuing to execute the mission," Marine Corps Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr. said.
"Almost anything now can be used by ISIS to try to break up the Taliban's ability to appear or be somewhat moderate, affecting its relations with the US and outside powers," Anthony H. Cordesman of CSIS told Newsweek.
"The reason that we left was that we didn't want our history to be ended by Taliban," said a member of the all-female Afghan Dreamers robotics team.
The Taliban has "strongly" condemned "the bombing of civilians" in the wake of the blasts.
The sustainable stalemate is a myth, nothing more and nothing less.
Mustafa described his days-long struggle to enter Kabul's airport with his wife and one-year-old daughter after the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan.