Gen. Milley Refutes Claims ‘He Told Trump to Attack Iran’

Mark Milley Refutes Allegations of Advising Trump on Iran Attack

Mark Milley, a United States Army general and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, is retiring from his position as the nation’s highest-ranking military officer at the end of September. He is vehemently denying allegations that he advised former President Donald Trump to launch an attack on Iran.

Retirement and Controversial Claims

As he prepares to retire, General Mark Milley finds himself at the center of controversy surrounding allegations of advising President Trump on military action against Iran.

Denial of Accusations

General Milley is strongly refuting the claims made against him, asserting that he did not advise or advocate for an attack on Iran during his tenure as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

These allegations are a subject of ongoing discussion and debate