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In the months before the U.S. invasion of Iraq, Secretary of State Colin Powell sometimes invoked what he referred to as the Pottery Barn Rule: "You break it, you own it." The obligations of ownership are now coming due, in the form of millions of refugees desperate to escape the strife of the...
From the September 8 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor: BILL O'REILLY: Were you surprised that [Former Secretary of State Colin] Powell is now supporting Black Lives Matter? CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: Look, it's not hard to say "I support Black Lives Matter" as an abstraction. Show More Summary
Former secretary of state Colin Powell or former vice president Dick Cheney? “All Saddam had to do to get out of jail at that time was to comply with the requirements of the United Nations. He chose not to. And the president decided, based on the intelligence that he had, and what he knew about the […]
A Republican former secretary of state and a Democratic "Jewish mother" may have just given us the strongest case yet for the nuclear agreement with Iran. The first is a pillar of the "realist" camp in the American national security establishment. Show More Summary
Follow the silences in the On "Meet the Press" transcript:CHUCK TODD: Your name gets invoked a lot during this email controversy. Once and for all, can you explain what you did with your emails as secretary of state?COLIN POWELL: You can read my book. Show More Summary
On NBC’s Meet the Press, former Secretary of State Colin Powell, who served under Republican President George W. Bush, endorsed the Obama administration’s Iran deal and said he doesn’t ‘mind’ the #BlackLivesMatter slogan — agreeing with many positions of the movement. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama just nabbed two key endorsements for the multi-national nuclear deal with Iran that's currently under consideration in Congress. On Sunday, former Secretary of State Colin Powell said in an interview on NBC's Meet...Show More Summary
Momentum continued to build for the Iran nuclear deal Sunday with backing from Republican former Secretary of State Colin Powell, just as Congress prepares to launch a debate likely to end with a highly partisan vote.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell said on Sunday morning that he doesn't mind the #BlackLivesMatter movement or its slogan, adding that the U.S. has made substantial progress on race issues but still has a long way to go.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell on Sunday threw his support behind President Barack Obama's nuclear agreement with Iran, calling it "a good deal" that will move Iran off its current "superhighway" toward acquiring a nuclear weapon. Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell suggested on Meet the Press this morning that President Obama’s Iran deal is “pretty good.” Powell told Chuck Todd that he has looked carefully at the arguments for and against. “My judgment after balancing those two sets of information,” he said, “is that it’s a pretty good deal. Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell told NBC News he supported the nuclear agreement with Iran, calling the various planks Iranian leaders accepted “remarkable” and dismissing critics’ concerns over its implementation. Said Powell: “It’s a pretty good deal.” Powell added [...]
WASHINGTON (AP) — Already a done deal in Congress, the Iran nuclear agreement gained more momentum Sunday as former Secretary of State Colin Powell and Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the Democratic National Committee head, announcement their support.
CNN repeatedly asked former Vice President Dick Cheney for his criticism of Hillary Clinton's email practices during her time as secretary of state, but the network failed to acknowledge the fact that Colin Powell, who was secretary of state during the Bush-Cheney administration, similarly used a private email account to conduct State business. Show More Summary
There is no evidence that Bush declared war on Iraq in 2003 in an order established by legislation, according to Lawrence Wilkerson, former chief of staff to former US Secretary of State Colin Powell.
Lawrence Wilkerson, former chief of staff to former US Secretary of State Colin Powell claims that US politics is determined by about 400 people with a combined wealth of trillions of dollars who control government decision-making from the backstage.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell is one of the few Republican leaders to address the problem directly. He has acknowledged that there is a "dark vein of intolerance in some parts of the party." He added, "What I mean by that is...Show More Summary
By Noah Barkin BERLIN, June 29 (Reuters) - "If you break it, you own it," former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell warned President George W. Bush before his invasion of Iraq. Whether it will ever be fair to blame Angela Merkel for...Show More Summary
Fox News' Bill Hemmer parroted an erroneous claim that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of a private email account is unprecedented, when, in fact, former Secretary of State Colin Powell also used a private email account to conduct government business during his time in the Bush administration and did not preserve those records. Show More Summary