Gen. Milley Squirms As Congress Grills General on Afghanistan Withdrawal, “Why Haven’t You Resigned?”

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“It is clear. It is obvious. The war in Afghanistan did not end on the terms we wanted, with the Taliban now in power in Kabul,” Milley told legislators.

Milley got caught with his pants down.

Gen. Mark Milley is testifying before the Committee on Armed Services.
The GOP want answers on the botched Afghanistan withdrawal and calls to China.
Milley contradicts Biden, says he recommended 2,500 troops should have remained.

Senator Tom Cotton posed a direct question to the nations’ top military commander during Congressional hearings Tuesday, saying “General Milley, why haven’t you resigned?”

“If all of this is true, General Milley, why haven’t you resigned?” asked Cotton.

“As a senior military officer, resigning is a really serious thing, and it’s a political act if I’m resigning in protest. My job is to provide advice,” said the General. “I provide military advice to the President. That’s my legal requirement. That’s what the law is. The President doesn’t have to agree with that advice.”


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Gen. Mark Milley Admits Leaking to Book Authors About Donald Trump

U.S. Senate Committee on Armed Services

By: Charlie Spiering, 28 Sep 2021:

Gen. Mark Milley confirmed Tuesday he leaked extensive details of President Donald Trump’s presidency to several journalists writing books about his administration.

Under questioning from Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), Milley confirmed he spoke to the Washington Post’s Bob Woodward for his book Peril, coauthored with Robert Costa, as well as Washington Post reporters Carol Leonnig and Phil Rucker for their book I Alone Can Fix It: Donald J. Trump’s Catastrophic Final Year, and the Wall Street Journal’s Michael Bender for his book Frankly, We Did Win This Election: The Inside Story of How Trump Lost.

Milley is a key source for the Woodward and Costa book, detailing his frustration with President Trump and his staff on the handling of the Summer 2020 riots. He also detailed his disagreement with his June 2020 walk with law enforcement officials and President Trump to St. John’s Church outside Lafayette Square after it was burned by rioters the night before.

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