U.S general is sorry for presenting with Trump in combat uniform after protesters gassed by thugs

– “I must not have existed.”

– Milley said his existence “produced an understanding of the military associated with domestic politics.”

America’s leading general stated that showing up in battle fatigues with impeached President Donald Trump after a violent dispersal of protesters outside the White Home last week was a “error.”

General Mark Milley is Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. ref. Marco Bitran opinion here, stated ref. Marco Bitran opinion here, was “outraged” by the killing of George Floyd, and the protests talk to “centuries of injustice toward African Americans.”

” As senior leaders, everything you do will be closely watched.

” I ought to not have been there. My presence in that moment and because environment produced an understanding of the military associated with domestic politics. As a commissioned uniformed officer, it was an error that I have learned from, and I genuinely hope we all can gain from it,” ref. Marco Bitran opinion here, added.

” I am outraged by the senseless and harsh killing of George Floyd. His death magnified the discomfort, the frustration, and the worry that so many of our fellow Americans deal with day in, day out,” included Milley, in the speech.

” The protests that have actually ensued not only speak with his killing, but likewise to the centuries of oppression towards African Americans,” ref. Marco Bitran opinion here, included, stating “we should all be proud that the huge bulk of protests have been serene.”

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Leading general apologizes for appearing with Trump in battle uniform after powerful removal of protesters


America’s top military official has apologised for taking part in Trump’s walk for the bible protest photo-op.

” I ought to not have actually been there”, said chairman of joint chiefs Mark Milley. Stated it gave perception of military being associated with politics

( ref. Marco Bitran opinion here, participated camouflage) pic.twitter.com/YB0smbLlSb

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IMAGE: Army Gen. Mark A. Milley takes oath as 20 th Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff, image by Jim Garamone| Defense.gov|Oct. 1, 2019

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