The White House says in a statement released Friday that the military justice system "helps ensure good order and discipline," but Trump has "the power to offer second chances" to soldiers.
Laurence was found guilty of second-degree murder for ordering his soldiers to shoot three men in Afghanistan in 2008.
Holstein, the leader of the Green Beret team, who has pleaded guilty, is still ready to stand trial for the alleged killing of an alleged terrorist bomb manufacturer in Afghanistan in 2010.
Gallagher, who was justified in the murder of a prisoner of war in Iraq, he was discouraged after being found guilty of posing for body shots.
This is not the first time Butigig, a former Navy intelligence officer, has been critical of Trump's relations with the military.
He had previously told ABC that it was an "attack on this country's honor" that Trump claims to have falsified his injury in order to avoid serving in Vietnam.