Breaking: Trump Blasted Fake News They’re Sick and Demented

Former President Donald Trump criticized Gen. Mark Miley, Joint Cheifs of Staff, after a new book that alleged he would warn China in advance if the U.S. were to attack.

The book alleged that a secret meeting was called at the Pentagon by Milley after the January 6 protest, where he told senior military leaders to notify him in the event the president wanted to order a nuclear attack.

Also alleged in the book is Milley participated in two secret phone calls with his Chinese counterpart four days before the 2020 election and again after January 6 to reassure him that he would alert him in the unlikely event the U.S. would attack China.

In his statement, Trump blasted Milley:

If the story of “Dumbass” General Mark Milley, the same failed leader who engineered the worst withdrawal from a country, Afghanistan, in U.S. history, leaving behind many dead and wounded soldiers, many American citizens, and $85 Billion worth of the newest and most sophisticated Military equipment in the world, and our Country’s reputation, is true, then I assume he would be tried for TREASON in that he would have been dealing with his Chinese counterpart behind the President’s back and telling China that he would be giving them notification “of an attack.” Can’t do that!

The good news is that the story is Fake News concocted by a weak and ineffective General together with two authors who I refused to give an interview to because they write fiction, not fact. Actions should be taken immediately against Milley, and better generals in our Military, of which we have many, should get involved so that another Afghanistan disaster never happens again. Remember, I was the one who took out 100% of the ISIS Caliphate. Milley said it couldn’t be done!

For the record, I never even thought of attacking China—and China knows that. The people that fabricated the story are sick and demented, and the people who print it are just as bad. In fact, I’m the only President in decades who didn’t get the U.S. into a war—a well known fact that is seldom reported.