Colin Powell dies of COVID-19 complications, remembered as great leader
NPR national security correspondent Greg Myre joins Here & Now‘s Tonya Mosley to discuss the life and career of Colin Powell — the four-star general who became the nation’s first Black secretary of state and played key roles in the first and second U.S. invasions of Iraq.
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