Day 6 | Sep 13, 2013 | 8:40

Errol Morris on his new documentary, "The Unknown Known"

In his new film, "The Unknown Known," Errol Morris profiles the life and career of former defence secretary, the enigmatic Donald Rumsfeld. Day 6 spoke to Morris in studio about the new film, President Obama, and the current crisis in Syria.

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