Gen. Milley in 2015: China Not an Enemy of the U.S.

Gen. Milley in 2015: China Not an Enemy of the U.S.
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We learned yesterday that General Mark Milley reportedly notified his Chinese counterpart that he would tip him off if then-President Donald Trump was planning on authorizing a strike against China. He also assured his communist counterpart that he wouldn’t carry out “any kind” of military action authorized by Trump.

It sure looks like he’s in China’s pocket, and if that’s the case, the question is for how long.

Rarely seen footage from Milley back in 2015 has just resurfaced where he tries to argue to the audience at the Defense & National Security Summit that China isn’t an enemy of the U.S.

“China is not an enemy. I think that’s important for people to clearly understand” he begins saying before trying to argue that the only reason China is building up their military is being their economy is doing well.

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