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Eighteen minutes after the hour -- and former secretary it's -- secretary of defense Donald Rumsfeld.
Talking this morning in about the way he sees the war -- rather the way the world sees the United States.
Telling Greta Van Susteren what worries him.
The mouse listened -- that's the thing that worries me the most about today is the projection of America as a country -- week.
And that is behaving in a way that is.
Not going to be good for our future -- you can not have that kind of desk and those kinds of deficits.
And not send a signal to the world that we're behaving a lot like Europe.
And that model is not a model that works.
And you can't be cutting -- half a trillion dollars out of the defense budget.
And then have Seacrest straits and come along with the possibility of another half a trillion dollars.
And not recognize that you're telling the world America is.
Pulling back that America is not gonna be a contributor for peace and stability in the world.
And the question is -- who is what country is gonna step in because -- get -- -- secretary Rumsfeld also talking about those security leaks like the ones following the bin Laden raid.
He says that those are damaging to our country's relationships with its allies overseas haven't.
-- the time now is.
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