Outgoing U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Mark Milley, has stated that he will take measures to protect his family after former President Donald Trump accused him of colluding with China. Trump criticized Milley’s handling of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan last week, suggesting that Milley had informed China of the President’s thinking. Without providing evidence, Trump said that Milley’s alleged actions would have warranted death in the past. Milley, who has served faithfully and faithfully to the U.S. Constitution for over four decades, expressed his regret for the comments made by Trump and assured that he would ensure his safety and that of his family.
Despite Trump’s baseless accusations, Milley remains committed to his duty and loyalty to the United States. In an interview on CBS’ 60 Minutes, he emphasized that he has faithfully served the U.S. Constitution for over 44 years. Milley’s commitment to protecting the nation’s interests and upholding democratic values is unwavering. However, he expressed his disappointment in the comments made by Trump and acknowledged the need to take appropriate measures to ensure his safety and that of his family.
The accusations made by Trump against Milley are without evidence and reflect his ongoing animosity towards the military leader. Milley’s actions and dedication throughout his career demonstrate his commitment to serving the United States and its Constitution. As he prepares to step down from his role as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Milley remains resolute in protecting his family and continuing to uphold the values and principles of the nation he has faithfully served.