First transmitted 27 June 2004. The third of three snapshots taken from Breakfast with Frost around the time of the invasion of Iraq. Here the US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld talks about the aftermath of the invasion and the treatment of prisoners at Guantanamo Bay. He begins with the role of NATO.
Breakfast with Frost ran from 1993 to 2005 and featured interviews with the presidents, politicians and personalities who were the key figures behind the breaking news of the day. These three interviews focus on specific issues relating to the war in Iraq, one of the biggest news stories covered by the programme during the 12 years it was on air.
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