Pentagon Appears To Confirm ‘Treasonous’ Phone Call Between Gen. Mark Milley And China

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The Pentagon has appeared to confirm a bombshell report claiming that Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark Milley conspired to undermine then-President Donald Trump’s military authority and warn the Chinese government of any impending U.S. attacks.

According to newly released excerpts of “Peril,” an upcoming book authored by reporters Bob Woodward and Robert Costa, Milley was worried Trump would “go rogue,” conspiredto subvert Trump’s ability to command U.S. nuclear weapons and promised his Chinese counterparts he would warn the Chinese in advance of any U.S. attack.

Axios reported that a spokesman for Milley addressed the report on Wednesday, saying Milley had indeed called his Chinese counterparts in October and January to convey “reassurance in order to maintain strategic stability.”

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