أنتوني تاتا

(تم التحويل من Anthony Tata)
Anthony Tata
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وكيل وزارة الدفاع الأمريكية للسياسات
تولى المنصب
10 نوفمبر 2020
الرئيسDonald Trump
سبقهJames Anderson (Acting)
التفاصيل الشخصية
وُلِد
Anthony Jean Tata

(1959-09-07) سبتمبر 7, 1959 (age 61)
Norfolk, Virginia, U.S.
الحزبRepublican
التعليمUnited States Military Academy (BS)
Catholic University of America (MA)
United States Army Command and General Staff College (MMAS)
الخدمة العسكرية
الولاء الولايات المتحدة
الفرع/الخدمة الولايات المتحدة
سنوات الخدمة1981–2009
الرتبةBrigadier General
الأوسمةCombat Action Badge
Bronze Star
Army Distinguished Service Medal
Defense Superior Service Medal
Legion of Merit

أنتوني جين تاتا (بالإنگليزية: Anthony Jean Tata‏[1]؛ /ˈttə/ ؛ وُلِد 7 سبتمبر 1959، نورفوك في الولايات المتحدة)؛ هو ضابط متقاعد من الجيش الأمريكي ومؤلف ومسئول حكومي. تقاعد برتبة بريگادير جنرال من الجيش الأمريكي (1981-2009)، وعمل لاحقاً كمدير إدارة تعليمية في منطقة كلومبيا ثم في كارولينا الشمالية. ثم عمل وزيراً للنقل بولاية كارولينا الشمالية من 2013 حتى 2015 تحت الحاكم پات مكروري.[2] تيتا هو مؤلف "خطر Threat" وهي سلسلة من روايات التشويق.

وهو مرشح الرئيس الأمريكي دونالد ترمپ لمنصب وكيل وزارة الدفاع الأمريكية للسياسات، بعد خسارته - ترامب - الانتخابات الرئاسية الأمريكية 2020 لصالح منافسه جو بايدن. [3] [4] [5] [6]

After leaving the Army, he became a regular on Fox News,[7] where he offered pro-Donald Trump commentary and promoted conspiracy theories.[7] He has falsely claimed that Barack Obama is a Muslim and "terrorist leader" and promoted a baseless conspiracy theory asserting that the CIA sought to assassinate Trump.[8]

In 2020, Tata joined the Pentagon in a senior civilian advisory role to Defense Secretary Mark Esper.[9] Trump announced that he would nominate Tata to the post of Under Secretary of Defense for Policy on April 24, 2020.[10] His nomination was submitted to the Senate on June 11, 2020,[11] but a hearing on his confirmation was cancelled on July 30, and CNN reported that the White House planned to withdraw the nomination.[12] Later, Tata was appointed as "the official Performing the Duties of the Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Policy reporting to the acting Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, James Anderson."[13] Tata has served as the acting Under Secretary since Anderson resigned following the November 2020 elections.[14]

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النشأة والتعليم

Tata was born in Norfolk, Virginia, the second son of Robert Tata and Martha Jeraldine Morris Tata.[15] In 1981, Tata received a Bachelor of Science from the United States Military Academy and chose Infantry as his branch of service.[16] While serving as a National Security Fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, Tata earned a Master of Arts in International Relations from the Catholic University of America.[17] Tata is a graduate of the U.S. Army's Ranger School.[17]

Tata graduated from the School of Advanced Military Studies with a master's degree in Military Art and Science.

السيرة العملية

الحياة العسكرية

Tata served in the United States Army for 28 years, retiring in 2009 with the rank of brigadier general.[18][19] From 2006 to 2007, he was Deputy Commanding General of the 10th Mountain Division in Afghanistan.[17][20] Tata served two tours of duty at Fort Bragg in the 82nd Airborne Division. As the Chief of Plans for the 82nd Airborne Division, Tata led the planning effort for Operation Uphold Democracy.[21] He also was brigade commander in the 101st Airborne Division and Deputy Commanding General of the 10th Mountain Division.[17]

Tata and his first wife (Tracy) divorced in April 1993 under acrimonious circumstances; his ex-wife filed a complaint against him with the Army's Office of Inspector General (OIG), triggering an investigation.[22] The OIG concluded in June 2007 that Tata had extramarital affairs in 1985 and 1992 while still married (affairs with three different women, including a son born out of wedlock); adultery is a violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice under certain circumstances.[22][19] Tata did not contest the finding of adultery, and Army leaders did not penalize him over the finding.[22] The OIG investigation also concluded Tata's ex-wife's other allegations were "not substantiated."[22] OIG's conclusion rejecting the allegation of failure to pay child support was based on a supposed 2001 Georgia court order submitted as evidence by Tata and his lawyer.[22] It was later determined, however, that the document was fraudulent, with the signatures of the Georgia judge and counsel having been forged; Tata and his lawyer acknowledged that the court order they had produced to OIG was "not genuine" and later produced the genuine order, which was substantively different.[22] OIG never determined who created the false document and forged the signatures; Tata and his counsel said they did not create the document.[22]

Upon his retirement in June 2009, Tata received the Distinguished Service Medal.[22]

نظرياته عن المؤامرة الإسلامية وتحريضه ضد المسلمين

In Twitter posts and radio-show appearances in 2017 and 2018, Tata repeatedly made the false claim that President Barack Obama was a "Muslim" and a "terrorist leader"; accused Obama of being "an anti-Semite" who wanted to "destroy Israel" and "did not want" to defeat ISIL; and claimed that the negotiation of the multilateral nuclear agreement with Iran was born by Obama's "Islamic roots."[23][9][24] Tata accused then-President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama of being "borderline treasonous" during Trump's transition to the presidency.[8] In August 2018, he accused former CIA Director John O. Brennan, a critic of Trump, of being a "clear and present danger" to the U.S. and called Brennan a "communist" on Fox & Friends.[25] He repeatedly pushed the notion that a "deep state cabal" was working to undermine Trump;[12] pushed false conspiracy theories that Brennan ordered the assassination of Trump;[8] and, on another occasion, tweeted at Brennan, "Might be a good time to pick your poison: firing squad, public hanging, life sentence as prison b*tch, or just suck on your pistol."[9][24] Tata also referred to Islam as "the most oppressive, violent religion"; accused both Obama and former president Bill Clinton of being guilty of "sedition and/or treason"; accused Obama of being a "Manchurian candidate" who supported "Hamas & Muslim brotherhood"; and suggested that "the left" and Obama "hates America."[9][24] Tata also made various inflammatory Twitter posts attacking Democratic politicians Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters as "violent extremists" and using a racist hashtag to criticize CNN journalist Don Lemon.[23]

Tata deleted several of his Twitter posts after they were publicized by CNN in June 2020, following an investigation by Andrew Kaczynski and others.[23]

ادارة ترمپ

In spring 2020,[19] Tata joined the Pentagon as a senior advisor to Defense Secretary Mark Esper.[9]


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ترشيحه وكيلاً لوزارة الدفاع للسياسات

On April 24, 2020, Trump announced his intent to nominate Tata to be the next Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, replacing John Rood, who resigned from the position in February 2020.[10] On June 11, 2020, Trump formally nominated Tata for the position,[26] which is the third-highest ranking position in the Defense Department.[12]

Upon his nomination, Tata's past conspiratorial and inflammatory comments in Twitter posts, radio interviews, and other statements led to opposition to the appointment.[9][27][24] After the nomination was made, 51 minority, LGBT, disability and employee groups (including the NAACP and American Federation of Teachers) sent an open letter to senators opposing Tata's confirmation, calling him "patently unfit" for the post due to his comments and criticizing Tata's record as superintendent of the Wake County, North Carolina school system.[28] Democrats, included Senate Armed Services Services committee ranking member Jack Reed of Rhode Island,[29] strongly opposed Tata's nomination, citing his past comments.[24][19] A number of Republicans also expressed concerns[19] or ambivalence about the nomination, although the Republican chair of the Senate Armed Services Services, James M. Inhofe, expressed support for Tata,[19] and Trump pressed the committee to move forward with a hearing on his nomination.[19] In June 2020, Tata sent a letter to senators apologizing for his past remarks, saying the comments "while grievous, are not indicative of who I am."[19] Several former generals, including Joseph Votel and Tony Thomas, withdrew their support for Tata after learning of his offensive comments.[9][27] Retired generals Clarence K.K. Chinn and Dana J.H. Pittard supported Tata's confirmation, saying that Tata's past remarks were "ill-considered" but that Tata had a record of supporting "racial, ethnic and religious equality" in his military and civilian service.[12][30]

On July 30, 2020, Tata's confirmation hearing before the Senate Armed Services Committee was canceled just before it was set to begin, signaling that there might not be a sufficient number of Republicans to confirm Tata's appointment.[19] On the same day, the White House reportedly advised the committee that the nomination was likely to be withdrawn.[12] Tata was then appointed as "the official Performing the Duties of the Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Policy reporting to the Acting Undersecretary of Defense for Policy Dr. James Anderson", a position that does not require confirmation by the Senate.[31] Both the Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, Adam Smith, and the ranking Democrat on the Senate Armed Services Committee, Jack Reed, condemned the appointment, with Reed describing it as "an insult to our troops, professionals at the Pentagon, the Senate, and the American people."[32]

With the resignation of James Anderson in November 2020, Tata became the acting Under Secretary of Defense for Policy.[33]


حياته الشخصية

تيتا، المنحدر من أصل إيطاليا، له اثنان من الأنجال.[17][34] وقد تطلق من زوجته الأولى Tracy Lynn في أبريل 1993.[34] وفي 2015، تزوج ثالث زوجاته، جودي أماندا.[34]

المصادر

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