WASHINGTON – Defense Secretary James Mattis rallied US troops abroad urging them to “hold the line” as the United States deals with its “problems.” In an impromptu speech that has since gone viral, the four-star general praised the troops as an inspiration for the divided country. “Just hold the line until our country gets back...
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