Including General James Mattis, former Secretary of Defense.
During Trump's bizarre and rambling post-cabinet press conference, Donald attacked Gen. Mattis over Afghanistan and said he thinks he'd be a good general.
Trump lies so much, it's difficult to tell when he's telling the truth.
The chaos demon in the White House throws out another cryptic muttering.
Apparently she's not well-versed about the deepest concerns our founding fathers had.
And we're supposed to listen to him?
Fox & Friends, Oct. 8, 2014. Read more here... http://crooksandliars.com/2014/10/fox-news-talker-says-military-leaders
Lawrence O'Donnell had a few words for the pundits hyperventilating over the "explosive" revelations in Robert Gates' upcoming memoir and the notion that it's the president's job to "trust the generals."
In Chicago on Sunday, nearly 50 U.S. military veterans at an anti-NATO rally in Chicago threw their service medals into the street, an action they said symbolized their rejection of the U.S.-led wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. They said they're proud of the men and women with whom they served, but not of missions they were asked to perform.
Via ChicagoSpring.org: On May 19, Mayor 1% Emanuel will bring to Chicago military and civilian representatives of the 28-nation US-commanded and largely US-financed North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and heads of state and