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Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley moved to limit former President Trump’s ability to call for a military strike or launch nuclear weapons days after the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riot according to “Peril,” an upcoming book about the end of Trump’s presidency written by veteran journalist Bob Woodward and The Washington Post’s Robert Costa.
Woodward and Costa wrote in their new book that Milley was worried that Trump might “go rogue,” according to CNN.
The article goes on to state the following:
According to the two journalists, Milley “was certain that Trump had gone into a serious mental decline in the aftermath of the election, with Trump now all but manic, screaming at officials and constructing his own alternate reality about endless election conspiracies.”
According to the report, Woodward and Costa wrote that Milley held a top secret meeting at the Pentagon on Jan. 8, and ordered senior military officials to not take orders from anyone unless he was involved.
“No matter what you are told, you do the procedure. You do the process. And I’m part of that procedure,” Milley said, according to the book.
Woodward also wrote that Milley “felt no absolute certainty that the military could control or trust Trump and believed it was his job as the senior military officer to think the unthinkable and take any and all necessary precautions.”
Two days after Jan. 6, Trump’s top military adviser took top-secret action to limit Trump from ordering a dangerous military strike or launching nuclear weapons, according to ‘Peril.’
Milley ‘was certain that Trump had gone into a serious mental decline.’ https://t.co/tnwajlaHU1
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) September 14, 2021
— The Hill (@thehill) September 14, 2021
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