General Mark A. Millie, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, said in recent months from the Trump administration to Donald J. Trump said he had no plans to attack China and the United States had not collapsed. A book was recently published by Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Robert Costa, according to Danger, who called his China correspondent.
On January 8, two days after Trump supporters attacked the Capitol, President Mark A. Millie told Chinese General Li Zuocheng that “things may seem unstable.” “But that is the essence of democracy, General Lee. We are 100% stable. Everything is fine. But democracy can be reckless at times. ”
But despite his assurances, General Millie was so worried about Trump that he had to participate in the nuclear launch decision that day. The meeting with the Commander in Chief is called a reminder.
In the days leading up to the 2020 election, US intelligence agencies indicated that China believed Trump was planning a military strike to provoke an international crisis. Joseph R Biden Jr.
Increasingly worried about the possible wrong move to start a battle between the world’s superpowers, General Millie summons General Lee for the first time in a secret back channel. .. He wanted to reassure General Lee and President Xi Jinping that the United States had no plans to attack China.
In a conversation on January 8, General Li indicated that the Chinese leadership was concerned about the instability of the US government. He pressed General Millie for an hour and a half to see if the soldiers would do something.
General Lee tried to find a moment that Trump could use to hold on to power by helping Hitler burn down the Reichstag in 1933 to build an emergency force. I’m afraid it might be like that.
Some Republicans have expressed anger over General Millie’s calls to China, but President Biden said he had “great faith” in him earlier this month.