James Mattis, former chief of U.S. Central Command, has been chosen as the Trump administration’s nominee for secretary of defense, the Washington Post reports.
Mattis, a retired Marine general, served for almost three years as supreme allied commander of NATO, an organization repeatedly criticized by Trump during the presidential campaign.
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