In an attempt to justify the debacle President Biden created in his withdrawal from Afghanistan, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Gen. Mark Milley will testify on September 28 before the Senate Armed Services Committee. Gen. Milley will also be questioned about his widely-reported telephone calls
In some cases, the answers were surprising. In other cases, the answers were surprising only in hearing top U.S. military leaders state publicly what already
Turner demanded that Milley turn over all intelligence he had showing that China had believed the United States was planning to attack it.
'I have no recollection of Gen. Milley briefing me in the way that he described,' Pompeo told Megyn Kelly on 'The Megyn Kelly Show' on Wednesday.
Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Gen. Mark Milley admitted in congressional testimony on Tuesday that he spoke with journalists who reported phone calls he made to top Chinese military brass.
He testified that he was not trying to "usurp authority" when he told his Chinese counterpart he would warn them before the U.S. attacked them.
Gen. Mark Milley said Tuesday that the threat of al-Qaeda flourishing in Afghanistan and attempting to attack the US in the wake of its withdrawal is a 'very real possibility.'
Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark Milley on Tuesday defended contacts with his Chinese counterpart in final weeks of the Trump administration as well as his decision to call a meeting of senior military officials t
President Joe Biden’s top military adviser declined to comment Wednesday on the president’s mental capacity, and that might have been one of the nicer things
Another Republican attempted to twist the story of Gen. Mark Milley's conversation with Chinese military officials to be some kind of corrupt or illegal action during a hearing about Afghanistan on Wednesday.
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Gen. Mark Milley, speaking before Congress in a Tuesday hearing about Afghanistan, shed light on his much-reported calls with his Chinese counterpart before and after the 2020 election. Milley, the chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said Trump officials, including White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, were [