Donald Rumsfeld

Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld Dies at 88

Donald Rumsfeld, who served as Secretary of Defense under President Gerald Ford and President George W. Bush, and oversaw the United States’ invasion of Afghanistan and the overthrow of dictator Saddam Hussein in Iraq, has passed away at the age of 88 years old, the Rumsfeld family announced in a Wednesday statement.

U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld in his Washington, D.C, office, 1975. (AP photo)

Exclusive — Donald Rumsfeld on ‘Ideological’ War on Terrorism: ‘To Pretend It’s Not a Violent Radical Strain of Muslim Faith Is Utter Nonsense’

Rumsfeld’s comments come in the wake of the latest attack, on Thursday night in Nice, France, after a several-year-long period of a growing number of attacks on the United States and Western European nations. Deadly attacks have occurred in recent weeks and months in Orlando, Florida, San Bernardino, California, Paris, and Brussels.


Rumsfeld: ‘No Question’ US Losing War on Terror

Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said “there is no question but that we’re losing” the war on terror in an interview set to broadcast on Friday’s “Hugh Hewitt Show.” “I can’t justify my comment numerically, but there is no question