As the paper points out, offering one's resignation is not the same as resigning. The Telegraph's story has yet to be verified by any independent sources. As far as I can tell, it remains unclear whether the president will accept the General's resignation.
Even if the story is true, the Washington Post wonders whether the president can truly afford to lose McChrystal as U.S. forces are on the cusp of a major offensive operation in Kandahar.
Stay tuned. Tomorrow's White House meeting should be... interesting.
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