Former United States President Donald Trump's Secretary of Defense Mark Spear said in an interview with CBS News' "60 Minutes" aired yesterday (Sunday) that he would avoid a series of dangerous measures. Which could have helped put the country (the United States) on a dark path during the Trump administration.
According to the report, when CBS presenter Nora O'Donnell asked Speer for examples of the Trump administration's dangerous actions during a 60-minute interview, she referred to a proposal for "military action against Venezuela," an "attack on Iran," and the report. said:
At one point, someone suggested that we besiege Cuba.
During the program, O'Donnell noted that Ukraine was the "primary source of tension" between Speer and President Trump. In his book, The Holy Oath, Speer documents that two days after he was confirmed as Secretary of Defense in the Senate, Trump asked Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to do him a favor in return for his assistance to the country. He did, which eventually led to Trump's first impeachment.
According to the report, Spear agreed with O'Donnell that he should continue to press Trump for the release of $ 250 million in aid to Ukraine. The debate was behind the debate. I have to say:
Look, Mr. President, in the end, Congress decided. It is the law. We have to run it.
Spear's interview follows a series of revealing allegations about his time in the Trump administration, including examining the possibility of secretly launching missiles into Mexico and asking whether people protesting George Floyd's death could be shot in the leg.
According to the report, Spear said in an interview with 60 Minutes that Trump also discussed sending 10,000 troops to Washington after a small fire at the historic St. John's Church during protests against racial inequality. Trump denied the allegations, along with several others, in a statement to CBS News.