Republican critics are concerned the exchange of Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl could put the safety of other soldiers at risk.

On CNN's "State of the Union," Michigan Representative Mike Rogers suggested the Obama administration's willingness to negotiate with the Taliban for Bergdahl could send the wrong message.

Rogers, who is chair of the House Homeland Security Committee, says we have now set a price.

He says by negotiating we've sent a message to every Al Qaeda group in the world, some who are holding U.S. hostages today, that there is some value now in that hostage in a way that they didn’t have before Rogers would like the United States to maintain a policy of never negotiating with terrorists.