James Mattis Asked “What Keeps You Up at Night?” – His Answer is Amazing – VIDEO

On Sunday night, Defense Secretary James Mattis turned an ordinary interview into the stuff of legends. He was on CBS “Face the Nation” and being interviewed by John Dickerson. During the interview, James Mattis asked, “What keeps you awake at night?”

Without hesitation, James Mattis responded, “Nothing. I keep other people awake at night.”

BOOM. Mic drop.

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James Mattis Asked “What Keeps You Up at Night?”


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Mattis’ appearance on “Face The Nation” came after the conclusion President Donald Trump’s first trip abroad. The defense secretary discussed the battle against ISIS in the wake of the suicide bombing in Manchester, England, as well as the threat posed by North Korea and Trump’s heavily criticized speech at NATO’s headquarters.

Many have questioned President Trump’s choices for his cabinet, but there is no doubt the got this one right. James “Mad Dog” Mattis is the man for Secretary of Defense. There is no questioning it at this point.

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