Travel obligations delayed the recording of a new episode until next week, but don’t worry, we found a classic in the archives.
In March of 2019, former host Ian Scotto was joined by Robert J. O’Neill, author of “The Operator: Firing the Shots that Killed Osama bin Laden and My Years a SEAL Team Warrior.” As is usually the case when Rob swings by, we had a lot of fun discussing all sorts of topics on this episode. We talked about the surreal moment for him of being interviewed by “King of All Media” Howard Stern after releasing his memoir, hanging with “Navy SEALs” star Charlie Sheen, being recognized by New York hiphop legends Onyx, and working with his pal Tim Montana. We also got into some more serious topics like the accusations of war crimes against Chief Eddie Gallagher, tensions between veterans of the SEAL community, his history with President Donald Trump, and Rob’s views on foreign policy.
Rob’s been hard at work with his organization Your Grateful Nation in helping special operations veterans transition into corporate America. He also has some kick ass gear and signed books available over at RJO Apparel. Be sure to follow Rob on Instagram & Twitter @McHooyah where he’s very active, and let him know what you thought of the interview. We’d love to have him back again. Always a great discussion with The Operator.
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