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According to 6 January texts, General Milley agreed with Nancy Pelosi that Trump was "crazy."

 


According to 6 January texts, General Milley agreed

with Nancy Pelosi that Trump was "crazy."


transcripts of his testimony before lawmakers last year show this to be the case.

General Mark Milley


chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said he agreed with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) that former President Donald Trump was "crazy" while assuring them that the nation's nuclear symbols were safe during his administration.



The text is part of a large database of evidence that the House Select Committee considering the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, was released on Sunday.

In-depth reports from witness interviews

  • and transcripts from White House staff as
  • the former president's term expires are all on record.



The news of Milley's approval that Trump was "crazy"

was first revealed in a book written

by journalists Bob Woodward and Robert Costa in September.

However

the texts provide further insight into Milley's perspective

while serving as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under Trump.


The text is part of a large database of evidence that the House Select Committee considering the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, was released on Sunday.

In-depth reports from witness interviews

emails between Trump's lawyers, and transcripts from

White House staff as the former president's term expires are all on record.



The news of Milley's approval that Trump was "crazy"

was first revealed in a book written by journalists Bob Woodward

and Robert Costa in September.

However

the texts provide further insight into

Milley's perspective while serving as chairman of

the Joint Chiefs of Staff under Trump.


The Committee continued to say that Millie agreed with Pelosi's view that "you know he's crazy, right."



Millie replied to the investigators, "That's right."

The text of Milley's testimony was initially published by Costa, who said it captured an "extraordinary moment in American history."


The President of the House of

  • Representatives asks the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
  • Staff whether nuclear laws are safe because they fear that
  • The President is insane and might decide to do something terrible
  • remain in power,  he wrote on Monday.



It makes sense that legislation takes up

a large portion of Pelosi's legacy.

But her deep discomfort with Trump in recent days

and the steps she has taken, from the urgent call to Milley to pressure Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment, and then move to impeachment, is a key part of that as well. I saw a system in danger ".