First, Trump has done a great job against leftist-style massive sabotage. I want him re-elected. But when I heard/saw him on this I cringed.= Trump reveals: "We were locked and loaded and aimed. The generals were all on board to strike Iran. Then I called them back in and asked how many would be killed. They told me 150. I told them no, I called off the strike. The drone destruction caused no loss of life. So killing 150 would not be a proportionate response." The above is a very close paraphrased quote. Upon my initial hearing of it, I was struck by his emphasis on "I" and the impression that he indicated that those advising generals were ready to kill, but "I" Donald Trump called it off. (Trump has previously issued statements denigrating the Generals.) It strikes me that is something, conferences on military strikes, that should not be revealed in that finger-pointing manner.?? Plus, what goes on in "strike discussions" is none of the general population's business. So from now on, are the generals going to be focused on how to not get embarrassed by their president's next media reveal? -- diminishing their focus from military strategy? Am I overreacting? Discuss please.