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Be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everybody you meet.
Friday Morning Briefing: 'Have a plan to kill everyone you meet'
The Washington Post called Mattis " one of the most influential military leaders of his generation ," albeit one with a penchant for colorful quotes. In one famous line in attributed to Mattis, the general told Marines in Iraq: "Be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everybody you meet. Iran said the U. Senate's vote to extend the Iran Sanctions Act for 10 years violated the deal with six major powers that curbed its nuclear program and threatened to retaliate. These are a different set of sanctions than the ones that were lifted last year.
James Mattis, a hardened military creature whose star rose through the Bush and Obama administrations in wars the president-elect now fiercely opposes. His involvement in this strategic evolution demonstrates his adaptability. He would be a traditional voice in the cabinet — an exception in this particular administration — if he gets the job. The Republican Party Platform, adopted in Cleveland over the summer, removed mention of a two-state settlement to the decades-old conflict. Sorry to disappoint.
Analysis: Marine Gen. James Mattis would be conventional voice in the White House.
Episode 3: "Have a plan to kill everyone you meet" -James Mattis
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is a legendary and highly quoted Marine general who led the US military for two tumultous years before quitting in protest over differences with President Donald Trump. In his stunning resignation letter Thursday , the revered retired general rebuked Trump for devaluing America's alliances and not being more clear about American adversaries like Russia. Mattis, 68, is a seasoned national security leader who spent more than four decades in uniform. He was seen as a institutional leader who moderated many of Trump's impulses, from using armed troops to stop migrants at the US-Mexico border to pulling thousands of troops long-stationed in countries like Germany and South Korea. Read more : US allies and adversaries are in shock and bracing for an unchecked Trump as Mattis resigns.
You know, guys like that ain't got no manhood left anyway. So it's a hell of a lot of fun to shoot them. It's a hell of a hoot. It's fun to shoot some people. I'll be right up there with you. I like brawling. At the time, after the remarks made some waves, Marine commandant Gen.