James Mattis: I would have been less critical of Biden in book had I known of his presidential run

Politics The Washington Times

Former Defense Secretary James Mattis said Sunday he regrets airing his criticisms of Democratic presidential candidate Joseph R. Biden in his upcoming book, adding he would have held back if he knew Mr. Biden would run for president. In an interview on CBS' "Face the Nation," Margaret Brennan read him ... …

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