In today’s media news, reporters and Democrats defended General Milly’s contact with top Chinese generals with concerns about Trump, and MSNBC’s Joy Reid addressed the vaccine on Nicky Minage’s Twitter, Jimmy. Kimmel ridicules Floridian who died of coronavirus
The claim is shown in the new book “Danger” from Bob Woodward and Robert Costa of The Washington Post. The book also argued that Trump was in “mental decline” and could start a nuclear war.
Media experts continued to praise General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, after claiming that the new book had called Chinese authorities twice. Donald TrumpThe president fears that the commander-in-chief will attack.
MSNBC’s Mike Barnicle said Wednesday that the Trump administration said the general’s phone was “common sense” if it was true, and that the four-year “imbalance” was prominent. It was a common refrain for the press to suggest that Trump was hingeless and unstable throughout his White House term.
Millie secretly summons Chinese civil servants from the trump card of horror and will “attack” on the final day, book claims
“This is common sense,” Bernicle said. “It’s called public security, and certainly you can make a strong claim during the end of the former man’s presidency, especially worried about both the house and the Senate on both sides of the Republican and Democratic aisles. There were a lot of people who were doing about what they were talking about here for the last few minutes. “
At CNN, analyst Ret. General Wesley Clark argued that Millie was “within his right” to make a call and that if he did not receive the call he would have been “abandoned” in his duty.
Some others, like CNN’s Mark Hertling, said it was natural for Millie to try to install a “guardrail” between Trump and a foreign policy disaster.
“General Milly has taken some very cautious steps,” said Hartling, a former US Army officer. “What he did was make sure the guardrails were in place,” he added later. “So I give him a high rating for this, based on what is written in the book.”
Report of Trump’s allegations about Millie calling the general public in China But if that is true, say it is a “treason” Bernicle predicted that the book would be a polarized debate, with half calling him a patriot and the other half seeing him as a traitor. Former President Donald Trump and many Republicans were honest with the latter camp.
Millie would be guilty of “treason” if the report turned out to be true, Trump said Tuesday. “As a record, I never even thought of attacking China. China knows that. The people who made up the story are sick and demented, and the people who print it are just as bad. In fact, I haven’t involved the United States in the war for decades-a well-known fact that is rarely reported, “said Trump.
“If true, there’s a word about it, and it certainly seems like an irrational activity to me,” Republican Rep. Scott Perry agreed. “This is exactly what Benedict Arnold has done in the past.” Perry added that Millie should “absolutely resign.”
Stephen Colbert, the host of “Late Show,” defended Millie in a solitude on Tuesday night, and Joe Scarborough, the host of “Morning Joe,” tore Milly’s critics “very stupid.” “Are you so stupid, I just have to ask, are you so stupid, you don’t know much about how things work, so sometimes you know that the general talks to the general Isn’t it? “Scarborough asked.
- Still, experts hail Millie’s phone call to China as “common logic.”
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