Robert Gates Lets Loose in New Memoir

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tp140108duty.jpgAs Greg Jaffe reports in the Washington Post, Defense Secretary Robert Gates "left Washington in 2011 with a reputation as a steady, sober-minded member of the foreign policy establishment, who had served eight presidents and was admired equally by Republicans and Democrats. The next time Gates visits the capital," adds Jaffe, "his reception may not be quite so warm." Jaffe, who has covered the military for some time, says that Gates really cuts loose in Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War.




Judy Muller