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Retired military officers on Trump: 'The American people deserve better than a misogynist in chief'

Retired officers who would like to see the military’s sexual assault problem get better, not worse, are voicing their concern at the example Donald Trump would set if elected president: “This behavior renders him utterly unworthy of being commander in chief and president,” said the open letter signed by 55 general and flag officers and provided to The Wall Street Journal.
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