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Gen . Stanley McChrystal Among Generals Trump Considering for Vice President
Retired Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal is among those being considered as a possible vice president pick for presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump , sources tell ABC News, the second retired general on the New York businessman's growing list of potential running mates. McChrystal retired from
Carly Fiorina Digs in on Claim That General's Retirement Was Due to Obama Dispute
GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina said she did not misspeak during Tuesday night’s debate when she said that Gen. Jack Keane retired early because he “told President Obama things that he didn’t want to hear.” But Keane, who served during the Bush administration, retired before Obama became
The Note:INSIDE HILLARY CLINTON’S INBOX
The Note: INSIDE HILLARY CLINTON’S INBOX By SHUSHANNAH WALSHE NOTABLES --WHAT DO THE E MAILS SAY? In by far the largest collection yet, the State Department released more than 4,000 emails, (some 7,000+ pages) held on Hillary Clinton 's private email server, 125 of them now deemed classified,
Sunday on 'This Week': Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker
In an ABC News exclusive, likely 2016 GOP presidential candidate Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker comes to "This Week" Sunday. Plus, retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal , former head of Joint Special Operations Command in Iraq and author of the new book "Team of Teams," discusses the U.S. strategy against
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Green Beret: 'Going Native' Was the Real Reason I Was Pushed Out
Special Forces Major Jim Gant Says Officers Looked for Excuses to Get Rid of Him, Found Them in Alcohol, Pills and Affair
U.S. Military in Afghanistan By the Numbers: 2,184 Dead, 19,600 Wounded
President Obama’s plan to keep 9,800 U.S. troops in Afghanistan after the end of the combat mission this year will begin the full withdrawal of all U.S. military forces from Afghanistan by the end of 2016, bringing an end to America’s longest war. Over the...
Defense Intelligence Director Stepping Down
Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, the head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, has announced that he is stepping down later this year. Flynn has run the Defense Department’s intelligence agency for almost two years and was slated to be in the post for an additional year....
Gen. Stanley McChrystal's Advice on How to Deal With Getting Fired
Having been dismissed by the nation’s most powerful boss, retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal knows a thing or two about getting fired. And now he’s helping others deal with it. McChrystal’s almost-40-year tenure in the Army, culminating in his leadership of NATO forces in Afghanistan, came...