'I should not have been there': US general says it was wrong to appear with Trump at protest site

'I should not have been there': US general says it was wrong to appear with Trump at protest site

Channel NewsAsia - World·2020-06-11 23:06

WASHINGTON: America's top general said Thursday (Jun 11) he was wrong to appear with President Donald Trump in a photo op near the White House last week, staged after the area was forcefully cleared of anti-racism protesters.

"I should not have been there. My presence in that moment and in that environment created a perception of military involvement in domestic politics," General Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said of the controversial Jun 1 incident.

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Khong Vincent 13/06/2020

The whole know Trump and pompeo are big bully, trouble makers and violence human right. Both are big liar, Australia is down to the knee to them. Because u listen to against China. at last, who's suffering and pompeo will not help u, but support u talking only. Learn from Japan style. That's all.

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Roy Ng2881 12/06/2020

Not to worry about US General not support him, Trump still have great supporters from Hong Kong protesters. These protesters will fly to US not only to protect him but also help to fight against those protesters there.🤣🤣

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Userfdqz 12/06/2020

Under Trump craps, craps, craps and more craps. Even the generals are lying on his behalf.

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chickenfeet 12/06/2020

Donald Trump, we are counting the days for you to be removed by your own people.

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zen99 12/06/2020

Bully d weak, hide behind religion n not man enough 2 face protestors, when his presidency immunity is over he'll b gnawed alive along with his staunch supporters

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