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Hagel: The White House Tried to "Destroy" Me

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From youtube.com/watch?v=za4b7zqSJ0Y: Former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel
Former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel
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The 69-year-old former Nebraska senator and Vietnam War veteran, speaking for the first time about his treatment by the Obama administration, said the Pentagon was subject to debilitating meddling and micromanagement by the White House — echoing criticism made by his predecessors, Robert Gates and Leon Panetta. Looking back on his tenure, Hagel said in the Dec. 10 interview that he remains puzzled as to why some administration officials sought to “destroy” him personally in his final days in office, castigating him in anonymous comments to newspapers even after he had handed in his resignation.
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