Biden has ‘complete confidence’ in Gen. Milley

President Biden said he has “great confidence” in Gen. Mark Milley to carry on as chairman of the joint chiefs of staff after a forthcoming book reported on measures Milley took at the end of the Trump administration to guard against a potential war.

“The president knows Gen. Milley. He has been chairman of the joint chiefs for almost eight months of his presidency,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said at a Wednesday briefing. “They’ve worked side by side through a range of international events, and the president has complete confidence in his leadership, his patriotism and his fidelity to our Constitution.”

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