Video. Donald Rumsfeld: The Toppling of Saddam Hussein Was Worth the Many Lives of Those Killed During and After the Iraq War

Al Jazeera’s Abderrahim Foukara asks the former US defense secretary whether toppling Saddam Hussein was worth the many lives of those killed during and after the 2003 Iraq war.

Donald Rumsfeld, who served in the Bush administration at the time of the conflict, argues that the overthrow of a brutal dictator who massacred his own people justified the consequences of the conflict.

According to Rumsfeld, Bashar Al Assad is a brutal dictator who is killing his own people. 

More than 2 million deaths following the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

Where are the war criminals??




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