MULLEN: "I do. And — and I did and I continue to have them even now, because the political environment is — is so intense and so divided and we need to work hard to make sure the military doesn't become part of what is politicized in this country, I think as far as Lafayette Park is concerned, you know, General Milley spoke publicly very quickly thereafter and readily admitted he made a big mistake with respect to literally from June until — until after January 6th, when Milley really started to be concerned about what was possible. His antenna was up. He knew the right thing to do. He knew — he knew how to do it, as best you could figure out, in what is a very, very fluid situation, and then he executed accordingly. So, I think he more than made up for that mistake that he made surrounding Lafayette Square."