my guess is yes, after the current rolling stone article
he has literally been called on the carpet to be in person in the situation room, not in video, on the monthly afghanistan assessment tomorrow
this is smart guy. he knew the outcome of his insubordination when he made those quoted comments to rolling stone
apparently there is a huge chasm between some military brass and the white house about the strategy for conducting the war(s)
U.S. general lets down his guard in Rolling Stone interview - latimes.com
duh!... The article, in Rolling Stone, said McChrystal's staff frequently derided top civilian leaders, including special envoy Richard C. Holbrooke and U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan Karl Eikenberry. ... McChrystal is reported as visibly exasperated by e-mails he receives from Holbrooke, appointed by President Obama to oversee developments in Afghanistan and Pakistan. "Oh, not another e-mail from Holbrooke," the article quotes McChrystal as saying after receiving one message. "I don't even want to open it." ... Late Monday, McChrystal issued an apology for the Rolling Stone article. "It was a mistake reflecting poor judgment and should never have happened," he said in a statement.