What would the real Rumsfeld think?
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What would the real Rumsfeld think?

During a discussion of "Donald" by Eric Martin and Stephen Elliott at 826DC in Columbia Heights, the authors discussed what the real Donald Rumsfeld would think of their book. "Donald," which imagines the former Secretary of Defense being treated like a detainee found on a battlefield, was released on Tuesday, Feb. 8 -- the same day Donald Rumsfeld released his memoir "Known and Unknown." (Feb. 8) (Stephen Lowman/The Washington Post)

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