An advertisement called for Haitian Creole-speaking guards at the base, raising concerns that migrants at the southern U.S. border would be sent there.
I spent 14 years in Guantanamo. President Obama promised to close the camp, but his administration fought tooth and nail against my release. Will President Biden do the right thing?
"Honestly, their biggest problem is with Trump saying 'I'm f***ed. They can't imagine Trump expressing weakness," said Travis View, co-host of the "QAnon Anonymous" podcast.
"He still has capability and resources while his kids run his business for him," Derek Maltz, former Special Operations head of the Drug Enforcement Agency, told Newsweek.
"Between us, we have spent close to 90 years imprisoned without charge or trial," the letter says.
He is the first Pentagon chief to visit the detention center since 2002.
British security services said Trump's policy on torture, if enacted, would "pose difficulties for the U.K.-U.S. intelligence relationship."
War crimes are being committed with America's support.
Shelby Sullivan-Bennis is an attorney for a 70-year-old man held without charge, who has suffered harsh punishments despite his poor health.
"Policies are getting worse. They are punishing everyone. They are just humiliating us," says Saifullah Paracha.
"I would certainly consider that. Send him to Gitmo. I would certainly consider it," President Donald Trump said.
A prisoner at the camp in Cuba calls on the president to end his ordeal.
Our borders should be the last line of defense, not the first.
In 2002, suspected terrorist Gul Rahmenwas found dead in his cell in one of the US's 'black detention' sites.
The defense has been given just four weeks to digest the classified documents that underpin the prosecution.
Guantánamo's youngest prisoner was forced into joining militants in Afghanistan.
Khadr admits killing US special operations medic Sgt. Christopher Speer with a grenade.
The more the administration heats up its paranoid rhetoric, the more Americans feel embattled.
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed blamed American foreign policy and civilian deaths for attacks.
Fifteen key questions for Trump's Defense pick James Mattis