Rumsfeld


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Rumsfeld

Donald H. born 1932, US Republican politician and businessman: US Secretary of Defense from 2001
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In 2009, Manfred Nowak, the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture, stated that there was already enough evidence to try former US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld for war crimes.
Morris' film is framed round an extensive interview with Rumsfeld in which he reviews his career as a veteran of the US political establishment.
Donald Rumsfeld is the only person to have twice served as the Secretary of Defense (SECDEF), and has the distinction of having been both the youngest and the oldest SECDEF.
"Well, I think the prime minister of Israel, [Benjamin] Netanyahu, is probably correct," Rumsfeld said in an interview with Greta Van Susteren on Fox News.
Rumsfeld bluntly said he does not agree with remarks made by his successor, Robert Gates, that Obama made a "gutsy" call.
Rumsfeld portrays himself as a hard-driven, highly focused, and intelligent leader, with a politically and fiscally conservative vision for government and national security.
Former secretary of defense Donald Rumsfeld admits he made a few mistakes.
Approximately the first third of the book discusses Rumsfeld's extensive career in politics before joining the Bush White House.
The Canadian system of government almost never produces men of the Rumsfeld type.
Known and Unknown by Don Rumsfeld is billed as a memoir but Rumsfeld uses an unusual memoir format void in large part of a chronological presentation.
When it comes to predicting the outcome of recent popular upheaval in the Middle East, Rumsfeld is clearly more cautious.
Rumsfeld's book, "Known and Unknown, runs 730 pages in length, so the exceedingly limited space given Iran is a surprise.