The Washington Post frets over Trump’s appointment of three former military men to senior positions in his administration (emphasis mine):
Trump’s heavy reliance on military leaders marks a departure from the previous three presidents, who tapped a few generals for the highest jobs with mixed success and relied mostly on people who had spent decades in civilian service, as politicians or academics or lawyers.
And doesn’t that just about sum up everything that was wrong with the previous three administrations?
Trump, for better or worse, was elected as an agent of change: at least he appears to be living up to those expectations, for now.
(H/T Bayou Renaissance Man)