President Trump said he would “get involved” and review the decision to fire the captain of the Navy’s USS Theodore Roosevelt, even as the Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly berated the former captain in an audio recording leaked on Monday.Modly fired Capt. Brett Crozier last week for sounding the alarm about the need to offload the sailors onboard the USS Roosevelt due to a COVID-19 outbreak.Moldly addressed the crew aboard the ship Sunday and bashed Crozier for writing a letter, which warned that the outbreak of COVID-19 aboard the ship had created a dire situation on the carrier, calling him a “too naïve or too stupid” to be a commanding officer, multiple sources confirmed to Fox News.ACTING NAVY SECRETARY BLASTS OUSTED USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT’S CAPTAIN AS ‘NAIVE’ AND ‘STUPID’ IN ADDRESS TO SHIP’S CREWThe letter was leaked to a reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, who first reported its contents last week.Trump criticized Cozier at a press conference Monday saying “the letter shouldn’t have been sent.””It shows weakness. And there’s nothing weak about us now. Not anymore,” Trump said. “We don’t want to have letter-writing campaigns where the fake news finds a letter, gets a leak. We don’t want that.””He shouldn’t be talking that way in a letter,” Trump


Continue To Full Article