Retired four-star Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal criticized President Donald Trump's handling of the presidency, saying the Commander in Chief is dishonest and immoral.
In an interview on "This Week," McChrystal told ABC's Martha Raddatz, "I don't think he tells the truth."
McChrystal was also critical of President Trump's recent visit to Iraq and his decision to withdraw troops from Syria.
McChrystal gave warning to anyone who might fill the vacancy left by former Defense Secretary James Mattis,...
Stanley McChrystal is a retired four-star general in the US Army who led America's Joint Special Operations Command and NATO forces in the War in Afghanistan.
McChrystal led Joint Special Operations Command from 2003-2008, and assassinated Al Qaeda in Iraq leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi in 2006.
JSOC was initially outmatched by Zarqawi, but McChrystal responded by changing its hierarchy from a pyramid with him at the top to a web of teams with him at the center.
When Stanley McChrystal took over...
McCrystal said he wouldn't work for Trump because "I think it's important for me to work for people who I think are basically honest."