Donald Trump’s first defense secretary, Gen James Mattis, has finally spoken out in public over his former boss, depicting the president as a lazy draft dodger – but only in the form of jokes. Mattis advantage
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James Mattis. the former US defence secretary, has mocked Donald Trump, joking about the president's bone spurs that led to him being deferred from the Vietnam draft. The retired Marine Corps general responding
Jim Mattis, the former defense secretary, departed from his usual reticence about President Trump and mocked his former boss in a speech on Thursday night that made fun of his bone spur diagnosis during
'I Guess I'm the Meryl Streep of Generals.' James Mattis Takes Shot at Trump After President Called Him 'Overrated'
Former Defense Secretary James Mattis had a few jabs for President Donald Trump in a speech on Thursday. Mattis gave the keynote address at the annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation a day after Trump
Former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has responded to Trump's comments that he's "the world's most overrated general" in a pointed, joke-filled speech that quickly went viral. On Wednesday, Trump made remarks
Former Defense Secretary James Mattis poked fun at himself and President Trump at the 74th annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner in New York City on Thursday night, a day after the president
For the last year, former defense secretary Jim Mattis has taken heat for his reluctance to directly criticize President Trump, especially after he resigned from the position in protest last December.
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Washington (CNN) — Former Secretary of Defense James Mattis on Thursday laughed off the news that President Donald Trump had called him "the world's most overrated general," joking that he's not just overrated
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