HE SHOULD NOT MERELY BE FIRED, HE SHOULD BE COURT-MARTIALED. Gen. Milley must go for subverting civilian control of the military. “The most grimly amusing thing about these reports is that they come after four years of tedious self-aggrandizing lectures from journalists and liberal politicians about the sacredness of our ‘norms.'”

Related: Was it treason? The general vs. the president. Telling an adversary you’ll warn them if we attack is at least a promise to commit treason under the circumstances.

The funny thing is, it was presumably meant to reassure the Chinese, but they certainly wouldn’t believe such a promise, which they might make, but would never honor, themselves.