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Rumsfeld Comes Out Jabbing, Has No Regrets for Abu Ghraib, WMDs

Donald Rumsfeld is back. Four years after being ousted from his job as secretary of defense, he has produced a memoir, “Known and Unknown,” which covers a lot of ground, most notably his own backside.

The former wrestler throws jabs at critics such as Senator John McCain, lavishes fawning praise on former President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney, and keeps the overall tone defiant and biting rather than contrite or reflective.