Military Pardon of Gallagher

We talk to Major General David Rataczak, former Adjutant General of the Arizona National Guard, about the impact on the military from the pardon of Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher by President Trump, which some military leaders have said is an insult to the entire system of military justice. The move led to the firing of former Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer, who opposed the pardon.

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