Iraq Was Donald Rumsfeld’s War. It Will Forever Be His Legacy | Andrew Cockburn

by theguardian.com posted 4weeks ago 12 views
The late defence secretary’s micromanagement style – arrogant, bullying and ignorant – helped ensure the disastrous outcomeDonald Rumsfeld, secretary of defense under George W Bush, who died on 30 June at the age of 88, enjoyed one all-important attribute, which was to appear larger than he actually was. He enhanced his comparatively diminutive 5ft 8in stature with the aid of thickly padded shoes with built-up heels, which caused him to waddle when he walked. His staff called them the “duck shoes”.

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