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There's nothing that the general did that was a violation of any sort. He was well within his duties to discuss issues of common concern between the two countries. I will say it again, that what this came down to is a matter of trust. The President was glad that he was out there, conducting his job, preparing for his job.
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Going back and forth with his counterparts throughout the world. What came down to, plain and simple, was him misleading the Vice President and others, and not having a firm grasp on his recollection of that. So the question wasn't, did he do anything improper or illegal? It's a question of, could he be trusted further?
00:00:39
And that trust, or the erosion of that trust, was frankly the issue.