"Wouldn't it be pretty cool to have that power, though?"
I'm conflicted about Milley. I don't really want to sacrifice him on the altar of the unitary executive for having the (imho) correct perception of the dangers posed by Trump, but it might be the right thing to do. And it's a cryin' shame, because it's always entertaining to see the GOP whine about top military brass when it suits their immediate political needs.
Edit: I just read a little more about it, and by all means, investigate Milley's actions. Doesn't sound like we have all the facts yet, and the media ecosystem is already poisoning my perceptions.