Generals Receive Strategy Advice From Man Who Spent a Few Years in Military School Once

Army Chief of Staff General Raymond Odierno (L), Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Jonathan Greenert (2nd L), Commandant of the Marine Corps General James Amos (2nd R) and Chief of Staff of the Air Force General Mark Welsh (R) testify on sequestration effects on military budget and spending during a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, November 7, 2013. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

Donald J. Trump, whose armed combat experience consists of being shipped off to military school when his father couldn’t stand him anymore, has offered advice to America’s generals that’s as valuable as his hair advice to Fabio.

“We have to really increase the bombings,” the zero-star commander told Fox & Friends — the finest military strategy show to star Elisabeth Hasselbeck — arguing that explosions in Syria will convince Afghan-Americans in central Florida to embrace LGBT rights.

Trump’s directives were received with an eye-roll from top generals, who, for some reason, seem wary of taking military advice from a man whose main foreign policy goal is replacing state dinners with McDonald’s.