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As political pressure mounts in the nation's capital, this evening "Piers Morgan Live" welcomes the return of Donald Rumsfeld, a man all too familiar with the red-hot glare accustomed to those working under the Washington microscope.
Joining host Piers Morgan "In the Chair," Wednesday's live, primetime interview marks a return to the program for the nation's two-time Secretary of Defense, as past visits have seen Rumsfeld touch upon everything from a potential US invasion of Libya, to his initial reactions to 9/11, and Israel's willingness to share information with the United States government.
Amidst a week which has seen Barack Obama receive an unprecedented amount of scrutiny and criticism, the 80-year-old Rumsfeld is expected to share his expertise and insight on a collection of scandals currently facing the nation's highest office, including Benghazi and recent email links, the Department of Justice's decision to subpoena Associated Press phone records, and the IRS's reported targeting of various conservative groups, including the Tea Party.
Tune in at 9 for the full, face to face interview with the man who boasts the unique distinction of having been both the youngest and oldest person to ever serve as Secretary of Defense.
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