A war of war continues between US President Donald Trump and former military top brass who are not strangers to…
A war of war continues between US President Donald Trump and former military top brass who are not strangers to conflict.
Donald Trump cheated on retired William McRaven as “Hillary Clinton fan”, which should have been faster to catch Osama bin Laden.
McRaven, a senior Navy SEAL, supervised the 2011 operations that killed bin Laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan. But this did not impress Trump, who told Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday: “It would be nicer to get Osama bin Laden much earlier.”
May May. Gen Mark Hertling, a retired three-star general who served with McRaven, defended his former colleague and told CNN that the president’s comments were “disrespectful”.
He said, “We can never be immune to this kind of story, for this kind of” jackassery. “
” I do not have to defend Bill McCraven, he’s A good friend of mine, he is a true patriot, a hero, we both have served during the same period of time and under several presidents of both parties.
“We serve in the military constitution in the United States, we do not serve an individual, that’s what makes our military different from all the other militias in the world. So this comment by the president was disrespectful, it was demoralizing, it was the reason and it was unprofessional, “he told CNN rapporteur Ana Cabrera on Sunday.
Hertler’s comments were then retrieved in the same discussion by David Gergen, former president adviser to Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton.
“It (Trump’s comments) shows some ignorance of how difficult it was to capture Bin Laden. It was a wonderful moment in American history,” said Gergen.
“In order to go for the man who was right there, in the middle of the moment, seems particularly invisible, especially from a president who did not go to the cemetery in France because he said that the secret service would not let him. other heads of state, “he said, referring to Trump’s exhibition during the Armistice Day birthday.
McRaven said in a speech at the University of Texas that Trump’s criticism of the media was “the greatest threat to democracy” during his lifetime.