Stanley McChrystal among the generals Trump is considering for VP

Retired Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal is among those being considered as a possible vice president pick for presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump, sources tell ABC News, the second retired general on the New York businessman’s growing list of potential running mates.

McChrystal retired from the military in 2010 after being relieved of his position as the top commander in Afghanistan by President Obama following a controversial interview he held with Rolling Stone magazine.

At the time, Obama said the what McChrystal said in the article “does not meet the standards that should be set by a commanding general.”