Getting it wrong

Speaking in Bridgewater, NJ, yesterday, the twit-in-chief displayed his ineptitude and according to one source, further compromised his military authority.

The vacationing resident took time out from his saber-rattling to proclaim that his purge-by-tweet, which has still yet to be put into action, was just him doing military officials a "great favor."

One can only assume that The Donald believes that our force command structure is in complete opposition to transgender service but is so inept it can't navigate a removal on its own.

It’s been a very confusing issue for the military, and I think I’m doing the military a great favor.

I think I’m doing a lot of people a favor by coming out and just saying it.

--Trump

Left entirely unexplained was exactly what "it" was.

This came one day after five transgender service members sued his ass.

Week-old SecNav Richard Spenser, speaking separately yesterday, said he would "carry out any order given" but added what he personally believed.

We will process and take direction on a policy that will be developed by the secretary (DoD Sec. Mattis) (with) direction from the President --- and march out smartly. As I said before, on a fundamental basis, any patriot that wants to serve and meets all the requirements should be able to serve in our military.

--SecNav

Coast Guard Commandant Paul Zukunft pledged to "not break faith" with transgender service members in the Coast Guard while speaking at a Washington think tank earlier this month.

One administration official said the White House was considering urging transgender service members to retire early. But a defense official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said on Thursday that doing so might be difficult to defend in court.

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