In July, the former African-American Secretary of State and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Colin Powell, gave a interview with journalist Bob Woodward, which it is believed was the last of the former official before he died.
In it, Powell opened up about health issues that I had to face. “Don’t feel sorry for me, for God’s sake, “he asked after telling him about his fight multiple myeloma for almost two years. It is a cancer of the plasma cells, and it suppresses the body’s immune response.
I also had Parkinson’s.
Powell then stated that came on his own to undergo medical exams that they required. “I don’t advertise, I don’t advertise about it, but most of my friends know.”
On withdrawal from AfghanistanHe said he had no problem.
Confessed that the best person I knew “is Alma Powell”, with whom he had a marriage of 58 years.
The interview was resumed by media such as CNN, after the former secretary of state died of complications related to the covid-19 at 84 years old.