Former US Secretary of Defense Donald Drumsfield dies at the age of 88
Donald Drumsfield’s family said in a statement that Donald Drumsfield was a two-term secretary of defense and presidential candidate, and his reputation as a skilled bureaucrat and visionary for the modern US military was due to the long and costly war in Iraq. Defiled, he has passed away. He is 88 years old.
Rumsfeld is equally smart, aggressive, patriotic, and politically cunning in the eyes of his former colleagues. He has a legendary career under the leadership of four presidents and has worked in American companies for nearly 25 years.
In 2001, he began his second visit as the head of the Pentagon under the leadership of President George W. Bush, but his plan to “reform” the armed forces was eclipsed by the September 11 attacks.
He was responsible for overseeing the US invasion of Afghanistan and the overthrow of Saddam Hussein in Iraq in 2003, where he was accused of setbacks, including the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse scandal and slow response to the violent rebellion.