Antiwar activism dominated my young adulthood. Twenty years later, the United States’ tragic and immoral invasion of Iraq barely registers in our politics.
The tiff began when Messina accused Jennings of delivering GOP “talking points” about Latino voters—and it devolved into personal jabs.
The former president’s daughter was staying with the then-prince on the eve of his mother’s death. But revealing the intimate moment on NBC is likely to irritate the new king.
In his new online course, “Authentic Leadership,” the former POTUS discusses key moments and enduring criticisms of his presidency.
The “Late Night” host took a shot of whiskey after playing a clip of the ex-president slipping up and admitting he’d launched “a wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq.”
The “Last Week Tonight” host took aim at CNN, George W. Bush, and Vladimir Putin over the despot’s “completely indefensible” invasion of Ukraine.
He was the first Black American at the pinnacle of U.S. military and national-security power. And he was the one who lost the most—for his selling of the Iraq War to the UN.