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7 o'clock tell us -- -- but last call.
And during our interview with former secretary of defense Donald Rumsfeld.
He's not -- -- on a long kept secret about himself and former secretary of state Henry Kissinger that secret now declassified.
If you don't go reacting from doctor Henry Kissinger I do very funny and can you tell me cut your calls.
Kennedy is a friend and if I guess -- one of his memoirs he sent me.
He said to weigh and -- and occasional to Don Rumsfeld and occasional adversary and a permanent friend.
And -- we've worked together off and on for many many decades and when he was -- state and I was -- defense in the Ford administration.
We represented different institutions and had somewhat different views.
And at the time.
Henry was recording his phone conversations.
And over so many years later they start declassify all of that -- putting it out.
And he said -- rather rough things about me.
And so about every six or 810 months he'll call me up we'll see Don.
-- Henry don't even say it I know what's going on -- releasing some more of years.
Classified phone calls where he said bad things about me he said well that's right and of course I want you and I think and we don't worry about it.
I said things every bit as bad about you I don't doubt it for a minute I don't remember precisely what I said but I must have.
And the only thing -- I'm smarter than you are and I didn't change my phone calls so what you -- -- life goes up.
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