Admiral Mike Mullen on the Security Threat of the National Debt
This was the final event of the “Defend and Reform” breakfast series, held at Charlie Palmer Steak restaurant in Washington, D.C.
Admiral Mike Mullen (Ret.) spoke about the impact of the national debt on national security. He also talked about military readiness, the withdrawal of troops in Afghanistan, and military contracts and acquisitions reform. Talking about the National Security Agency, and called Edward Snowden a traitor. In response to a question about the five things that kept him up at night he listed the debt, education, political paralysis, cyber security, and the treatment of veterans. Admiral Mullen was interviewed by William Kristol and responded to questions from members of the audience.
This was the final event of the “Defend and Reform” breakfast series, held at Charlie Palmer Steak restaurant in Washington, D.C. close
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Peter "Pete" B. Hegseth Chief Executive Officer Concerned Veterans for America
William "Bill" Kristol Founder and Editor Weekly Standard, The
Michael "Mike" G. Mullen Chair (Former) Joint Chiefs of Staff
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