Colin Powell, Secretary of State under George W. Bush, died of Covid-19

Steph Deschamps / October 19, 2021

Former Secretary of State under George W. Bush, Colin Powell, died at the age of 84 of complications from Covid-19, his family announced Monday.
 
Powell was the first African-American to serve as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, before becoming U.S. chief of diplomacy under Republican President George W. Bush.
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