“The general point that people misunderstand about the laws of wars: that they really have their origins in military discipline, that militaries around the world recognized the need to have constraints on soldiers for the sake of having a well-run military. And so it’s usually in the military’s interest for service personnel to be constrained in the way that they are. I would imagine that many military commanders are unhappy about this move.” The New Yorker: A Philosopher of Law on the Dangers of Trump’s Plan to Pardon American War Criminals.

+ The Fox & Friends co-host who’s been privately lobbying Trump to pardon war criminals.