1. Donald Rumsfeld was the subject of the 2013 Errol Morris documentary The Unknown Known, the title a reference to his response to a question at a February 2002 press conference.
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3. Donald Rumsfeld was awarded the "Defender of the Constitution Award" at the 2011 Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, DC, on February 10, 2011.
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4. In 2007, Donald Rumsfeld established The Donald Rumsfeld Foundation, which focuses on encouraging public service in the United States and supporting the growth of free political and free economic systems abroad.
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13. Donald Rumsfeld informed Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Tariq Aziz that "Our efforts to assist were inhibited by certain things that made it difficult for us.
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16. Donald Rumsfeld asserted, along with Team B, that trends in comparative US-Soviet military strength had not favored the United States for 15 to 20 years and that, if continued, they "would have the effect of injecting a fundamental instability in the world".
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17. Donald Rumsfeld was given an office in the West Wing in 1969 and regularly interacted with the Nixon administration hierarchy.
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19. Donald Rumsfeld had voted against the creation of OEO when he was in Congress, and initially rejected Nixon's offer, citing his own inherent belief that the OEO did more harm than good, and he felt that he was not the right person for the job.
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23. Donald Rumsfeld served in the United States Navy from 1954 to 1957, as a naval aviator and flight instructor.
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25. Donald Rumsfeld is involved with the Rumsfeld Foundation's Fellowship program, which has advisors at dozens of universities across the United States, and supports several military-related causes.
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