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Rumsfeld Defends His War Legacy In Venice Festival Film

By DMO Affiliate
Errol Morris is not at all certain why former U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld agreed to let him make, "The Unknown Known", a documentary portrait of the man who oversaw the Iraq and Afghanistan invasions. But he is convinced of at least one thing. Rumsfeld, he said, has no regrets about the campaigns. Morris told Reuters at the Venice Film Festival, "Rumsfeld never came even close to calling these wars a mistake, an error of judgment, let alone saying 'I am sorry'."
Rumsfeld Defends His War Legacy In Venice Festival Film




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