Top US military official defends phone calls to a Chinese counterpart during final days of Trump presidency

A top US military official defended two phone calls he made to a Chinese counterpart in the final days of former president Donald Trump’s administration to reassure Beijing that the US would not launch an attack on the country.Testifying before the Senate, General Mark Milley, said that the calls were made in coordination with other defence department officials, including then defence secretary Mark Esper and then acting defence secretary Christopher Miller.“The specific purpose of the … calls…

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