General Mark Millie compared the days of great tension when he falsely claimed that Donald Trump had won the presidential election in 1933, replacing a dictatorial regime in Germany that had been exploited by the Nazis to eliminate political opposition forces.
“We live in a moment like Reichstock,” the U.S. chief of staff told his colleagues, “I can fix it alone: the final year of Donald J. Trump’s catastrophe.”
Hoping to be “tied up” by false presidential claims, General Millie would have compared Donald Trump’s rhetoric to “F வார்த்தhrer’s word of the gospel,” Carol Leonick and Philip Rucker promised. Both journalists mention that they interviewed more than 140 people to write their book.
A spokesman for General Mark Millie declined to confirm the reports.
And according to the book’s authors, a top Pentagon official has repeatedly raised concerns about the possibility of a plot on the part of Donald Trump’s supporters.
After attending a security meeting on November 10, 2020, centered on the pro-Trump rally “Million March” that challenged last week’s election results, Mark Millie said he “fears the descent of brown shirts.” , Refers to the formation of the paramilitary forces of the National Socialist Party.
In the coming weeks, the U.S. Chief U.S. In extensive consultation with military officials, Trump investigated possible possibilities, drawing on the Pentagon, the CIA and the men he held in the United States. FBI to retain power by force.
These talks finally reassured him. “It’s America. It’s solid. Companies flex, but don’t break,” he would have concluded.