Acting Navy secretary out after bungled firing of the captain of the COVID-19-stricken USS Theodore Roosevelt. Acting Navy secretary Thomas Modly survived his initial decision to fire Capt. Brett Crozier after an email showed him pleading for help as the coronavirus swept through the Roosevelt's 4,800-member crew. But Modly's decision to fly to Guam to visit sailors and explain his decision in a profanity-laced speech proved to be his undoing. Ref. USAToday
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Good! What goes around comes around! How dare he embarrass a commanding officer for trying to protect his troops.
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