The current Secretary of Defense has been out of favor for a while, now.
Secretary of Defense General Mattis had set February 28th as his last day for an orderly transition. Upset by the coverage, Trump told him his last day is December 31st.
In one of the most chaotic weeks of the Trump administration, Defense Secretary James Mattis submitted his resignation, telling Donald Trump he deserved someone who "aligned better with [his] views."
Andrew Napolitano chided Trump like the "baby" Trump is.
Here is the latest updates on the confirmation hearing for General Mattis
Ted Cruz thinks it's a great idea, and he seems to be the one pushing this nonsense, telling Politico a couple of days ago: "One strong option would be former Sen. Joe Lieberman, a member of the President’s own party with deep experience and unshakable commitment to the security of the United States. I urge the President to give him full and fair consideration for this critical position."
Useless pundits opine. Republicans are very, very angry and Obama has a lot of nerve asking them to consider an Attorney General and Secretary of Defense at the same time.
To McCain, the enemy is not overseas. Obama is the enemy.
The top Republican and Democrat on the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs are demanding more information from defense Secretary Chuck Hagel about lost Army field records from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Fox News host Chris Wallace on Sunday questioned if former Sen. Chuck Hagel (R-NE) even had the "competence" necessary to be the secretary of defense.
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