Under fierce Republican attack, U.S. General Milley defends calls with ChinaWorld · September 28, 2021 · 11:18 PM UTC
U.S. General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, fended off perhaps the most personal and direct attacks from lawmakers of his career on Tuesday as Republicans blasted his calls with China and his interviews for books critical of Donald Trump's presidency.
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