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Trump Wanted To Fire Navy Captain Who Pleaded For Help

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Trump Wanted To Fire Navy Captain Who Pleaded For Help

Trump Wanted To Fire Navy Captain Who Pleaded For Help

AP Photo/Alex Brandon Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly reportedly told a colleague that President Donald Trump wanted to fire the commander of an aircraft carrier who warned of the coronavirus outbreak aboard his ship.

According to a Washington Post column, Modly told the colleague he wanted to relieve Capt.

Brett Crozier of the USS Theodore Roosevelt, whose four-page letter urging for a "political solution" was leaked to the San Francisco Chronicle.

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