MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski said Homeland Security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen’s “pained” defense of President Donald Trump’s racist remarks overshadowed just how “depressing” the situation is in the White House. The cabinet official testified Tuesday before the...
(John Hinderaker) Secretary of Homeland Defense Kirstjen Nielsen is testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee. It seems that just about the only thing the Democrats want to talk about is the meeting with President Trump last week that gave rise to the “shole” controversy. Show More Summary
Homeland Security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen squirmed under tough questioning by Sen. Pat Leahy (D-VT) about President Donald Trump’s racist remarks about immigration. Nielson appeared Tuesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee, where the panel’s ranking Democrat asked whether the...
Facing continued criticism of President Donald Trump’s latest racist remarks, his press secretary offered a new defense of her boss on Tuesday — using a technique straight out of Trump’s playbook. A reporter asked Sarah Huckabee Sanders about Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer’s (D-NY) suggestion on Monday that if Trump is really the “least racist person,” […]
Former Senator Chuck Hagel, who also served as the Defense Secretary during the Obama Administration, and as a squad leader in the Vietnam War came out of hiding today to criticize the current Presidential administration on the subject of leadership. He told the Lincoln, Nebraska Journal-Star; “Globally, you see the same political dysfunction in virtually […]
President Donald Trump is an “embarrassment” who has set the world up for a year of “great danger” in 2018, former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel said Sunday. “Donald Trump is a doing great damage to our country internationally,” Hagel told the Lincoln Journal...
"Donald Trump is a doing great damage to our country internationally," Hagel told the Lincoln Journal Star in Nebraska. "He's an embarrassment."
President Donald Trump has “intentionally divid[ed] the country and the world” during his first year in office, former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel told the Lincoln Journal-Star for a story published this weekend. This article originally appeared on HuffPost. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
The former two-term GOP senator from Nebraska said Trump is “doing great damage to our country internationally.”
Former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told the Lincoln Journal Star that President Trump “an embarrassment” and said he “is doing great damage to our country internationally.”
Authored by Andrew Bacevich via The Gatestone Institute, This is the threat to our democracy, not Fake News. And Exhibit A is our failed war in Afghanistan... As defense secretary, Donald Rumsfeld used to entertain (and befuddle) reporters with his song-and-dance about Known Knowns, Known Unknowns, and Unknown Unknowns. Show More Summary
Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis has achieved a legendary status on par with the heroes of the US Military's past. Stories of his achievements and sayings are told in the same way that Patton, Pershing, Marshall, and MacArthur. He isShow More Summary
These celebrities are so caught in their own worlds that they think of everything as a casting decision. Before this, Barbra Streisand was crying that if this was a movie
Harrison Ford could be Winfrey's potential Secretary of Defense.
The US has apologised to Japan over a recent series of accidents involving US military equipment that have sparked anger over American operations in the country, a ministry spokesman in Tokyo said. US Secretary of Defense James Mattis...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump's secretaries of state and defense are trying to persuade him not to strike North Korea, while his national security adviser is pushing for a "bloody nose" attack, according to recent reports in The Telegraph and...Show More Summary
President Trump and Secretary of Defense James N. Mattis should be congratulated for contributing to the steady decline of Islamic State’s territorial claims. Several years ago, in October 2014, Islamic State controlled land from central Syria to the fringe of Baghdad — territory that included...
Former Defense and CIA Director Leon Panetta told CNN’s Jake Tapper that Obama should have done more to help the Iranian freedom protesters in 2009. According to Breitbart: Former Secretary of Defense and Central Intelligence AgencyShow More Summary
Secretary of Defense James Mattis previewed what’s next in the fight against ISIS, telling reporters that the U.S. will rely less on special forces and more on general forces, especially in Africa. NBC’s Hans Nichols reports.
US Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis on Friday warned President Bashar al-Assad against launching an offensive against US-supported Syrian Kurds, after the Syrian leader recently slammed them as "traitors." "That would be a mistake," Mattis told reporters at the Pentagon. Show More Summary