Woodward calls Rumsfeld’s book ‘a brazen effort to shift blame to others’

Donald Rumsfeld‘s “Known and Unknown” is “one big clean-up job” that “tries to push so much off on [George W.] Bush,” writes Bob Woodward. “That is fair because Bush made the ultimate decisions. But the record shows that it was Rumsfeld stoking the Iraq fires — facts he has completely left out of his memoir.”

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