uniformed service members

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'Are they playing that for you or for me?': Trump appears confused about military tradition during interview with Sean Hannity
President Donald Trump appeared to brush off a long standing military tradition as he was interviewed at an Air National Guard hangar in Pennsylvania.
By David Choi

“When the American flag is lowered and raised on US military installations, a bugle blares on loudspeakers as service members and civilians pay their respects to the flag. Uniformed service members located outside of a building are required to stop and salute the flag, while civilians are required to place their hand over their heart.”

Trump doesn’t place his hand over his heart. He doesn’t stand. He not only remains seated, but talks (brags, in fact) through the song and the ceremony. So, by his own standards…

Get that son of a bitch off the field right now, out, he’s fired. He’s fired!