Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld is trending days ahead of the release of his new book, and he's as unapologetic about the Iraq War as ever. In the 800-page autobiography,
, Rumsfeld maintains the Iraq War was worth the costs despite a bungled postwar strategy. While sympathetic to President George W. Bush on a personal level, he blames Bush for not resolving conflicts between senior advisers, and he criticizes former Secretaries of State Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice for creating tension between the State Department and Pentagon. Despite that, Rumsfeld insists that had Saddam Hussein remained in power, the Middle East would be "far more perilous than it is today."