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Secretary of State Lloyd Austin has been hospitalized for the second time in as many months — but this time around the Pentagon was quick to share that information.
The Department of Defense said Austin’s superiors in the White House were told as were those under his direct command that he was admitted to the hospital on Sunday afternoon.
After he was placed in intensive care following a procedure to treat prostate cancer on Jan. 1, Austin was unconscious for days while no one in the Biden administration had any idea.
It remains unclear exactly who had full control of the U.S. military for the first week of the year.
The 70-year-old Austin was admitted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center’s critical care unit Sunday following what was described as a bladder issue.
The Pentagon issued a statement Sunday attributed to two doctors at Walter Reed.
“Earlier today, Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III was transported by his security detail to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to be seen for symptoms suggesting an emergent bladder issue,” it said.
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