Tuesday 14 September 2021
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The American general wanted to stop Trump
The storming of the Capitol on January 6 shook the United States from its foundations – the General Staff felt it, too. There, according to a new book, the president took precautions to prevent Trump’s access to nuclear weapons.
After storming the US Capitol on January 6, according to media reports, Chief of Staff Mark Milley took secret precautions to limit then-President Donald Trump’s legal authority over nuclear weapons. This was reported by CNN and The Washington Post, citing an unpublished book dealing with the end of the Trump presidency.
Renowned investigative journalist Bob Woodward and longtime Washington Post reporter Robert Costa wrote in “Danger” (Danger) that Millie was shaken by Trump supporters after storming the Capitol. He therefore called for a secret meeting with the responsible commanders on January 8 to ensure that no offensive military strike would take place without his consent. Millie is said to have said, “Whatever I ask of you, you follow the process. You do the process. I am part of the process.” After that, Mielle was said to directly ask everyone involved if they understood him.
According to reports, the authors of the book, which is due out on September 21, also have a transcript of a phone call that Milley and Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi made. In the Jan. 8 interview, Pelosi told Millie of Trump, “You know he’s crazy. He’s been crazy for a long time.” Milley, who was appointed by Trump in 2019, is said to have replied, “I agree with you on all points.”
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Pelosi, who holds the state’s third highest office, published a press release after the January phone call. At the time, she said she spoke to Milley to prevent an “unstable president” from “launching military strikes” or ordering a “nuclear attack.” Pelosi said at the time that Republican-elect Trump “couldn’t be more dangerous and we have to do everything we can to protect the American people” and to protect democracy.
Despite his defeat in the November 3, 2020 election, Trump remained President of the United States until January 20, as required by the Constitution, and thus the Commander in Chief. Strictly speaking, the military could not openly defy his orders.
Milley, now the top military adviser to Democratic President Joe Biden, is said to have had two conversations with his Chinese counterpart at the time, according to reports in the book, in order to prevent the Communist leadership’s fears of a possible US resurgence. attacks. Milley telephoned General Li Zucheng shortly before the US elections, on October 30, and again on January 8. During the second call, Millie reportedly told the Chinese, “We are 100 percent consistent. But democracy can be sloppy sometimes.”