"It's also a fact that a number of our general officers, not all of them but a number of them, were asked to leave before what would normally be accepted as the routine tenure for that particular position, and General Mattis is a case in point who had very strong views on Iran. Most of us agree with those views but I know the administration did not agree with them. General Flynn, who you know very well and had on your show, was an outspoken proponent for understand radical Islam, how dangerous this particular threat was and was trying to communicate that, he was not able to server out his full tenure. So yes, that's another fact that we can substantiate, that there were generals who did leave earlier than what their tenure would be and the characteristic they all shared together is they did disagree with the administration on various points."
-- General Keane on generals being asked to leave the service after disagreements with the Obama Administration
Retired four-star general and Fox News Military Analyst, General Jack Keane, spoke with Kilmeade & Friends about the disconnect between high ranking military officers and the Obama administration, the impact of the Iran nuclear deal and why a lack of American leadership has led to Iran, Russia and China to flexing their muscles to show our allies in the Arab world that they are the dominant power in the region and we are not as strong as we used to be.