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Trump appoints Brigadier General Mark Millie, one of the participants in the war on Iraq and Afghanistan as chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff.

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Trump appoints Brigadier General Mark Millie, one of the participants in the war on Iraq and Afghanistan as chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Post by claud39 on Sat Dec 08, 2018 2:21 pm


[rtl]Trump appoints Brigadier General Mark Millie, one of the participants in the war on Iraq and Afghanistan as chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff.[/rtl]

December 8, 2018

WASHINGTON (AFP) - US President Donald Trump on Saturday named Gen. Mark Milley as the new chief of staff of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, replacing General Joe Dunford, who will retire next year.

"I am pleased to announce the naming of four-star general Mark Millie, Chief of Staff of the US Army, as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, replacing General Joe Dunford, who will retire," Trump said in a tweet.

"I am grateful to these two wonderful men for the services they have provided to our country," he said in a second tweet.

General Milley, 60, a brilliant officer, graduated from Princeton University and took part in many wars, particularly in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Trump concluded his second term with "delivery and delivery date to be determined".

General Danford is scheduled to retire in October 2019, but Trump's talk of the date of delivery and surrender means the chief of staff may retire prematurely.

According to US media, Defense Secretary Jim Matisse favored another general to take over the chief of staff, Air Force Commander General David Goldwynne, based on the Pentagon's principle of rotation among the leaders of various military weapons in the highest military post in the country.

Since 2005, no air force chief has been appointed chief of staff of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Trump, who met General Mili and Goldvine, appeared to have preferred the character of the first to mock and to cite history on the character of the second, known for his eloquence and great popularity among air force officers and elements.

Trump hinted Friday that he would unveil the name of the new chief of staff during the annual football match between the Army and Navy teams scheduled for Saturday in Philadelphia.

The match between the Army and the Navy is held annually and the West Point Academy of Military History meets with the Annapolis Naval Academy as part of the American Football League League. The match was high and often attended by the country's president.

[rtl] It is also an unusual choice for the lack of experience in foreign policy .. This term described the Bloomberg American nomination of Heather Nuert to work as a delegate to Washington at the United Nations, succeeding Niki Hailey, which will leave its work at the end of this year.

On Friday, President Donald Trump announced his candidacy for Foreign Minister Noiret, 48, to become Washington's representative to the United Nations, replacing Haili, who announced her resignation abruptly in October.
** Loyalty to Trump and his men
Although Trump was described as a talented, intelligent and very fast woman, and respected by everyone, an American reporter questioned and criticized him strongly, and her support for Israel and her loyalty to Trump were among the key factors for choice.
Bloomberg said Noiret's choice for the post stems mainly from trusting Trump and his foreign secretary, Mike Pompeo, and is a key supporter of the president's agenda.
The agency itself said Nueret had a very strong relationship with Trump's daughter, his adviser Ivanka and her husband (the brother-in-law and his adviser) Garrid Kouchner.
In the same context, the agency pointed out that Nuerte's relations with former Foreign Secretary Rex Tilerson were not as good as his inner circle, and repeatedly threatened to resign.
But Nuerte in turn, according to the same source, was receiving special attention by Trump, who sacked his former foreign minister in March 2018.
From the press to politics
Noiret, a 48-year-old spokeswoman for the US State Department, has been working since April 2017 under Tilerson and then Pompeo.
In March 2018, he was appointed Under Secretary of State for Diplomacy and Public Affairs, replacing Steve Goldstein, after Trump dismissed him.
Nuert's work at the US Department of State was a career transition. She spent most of her career after graduating from the Columbia University Press School in New York.
Neuert spent most of her career as a reporter and anchor on Fox News between 1998 and 2005, and breaking news on Fox and Friends on the same network.
From 2005 to 2007, Nuerte moved to ABC News, where she worked as a correspondent for several programs on the network.
Her news coverage included major events, including the September 11, 2001 attacks, the 2003 invasion of Iraq and fighting in Sudan's Darfur region between government forces and rebel groups, according to a statement from the State Department just before she took office.
** Trump political positions with Trump
The most prominent features of Nuwert's political positions are evident in her support for the Saudi-led military alliance in Yemen in April 2018. She also condemned Iran's malicious influence in Yemen.
Nuerte also knew of her pro-Israel stance. In May 2018, she said in her comments on the protests in the Gaza Strip that we reject any action against Israel at the International Criminal Court.
This came when the court vowed to take action against Israel when live bullets were fired at Palestinian demonstrators.
Although Trump Lanuert has been nominated to become Washington's delegate to the United Nations, her appointment would require the approval of the Senate, which is expected, according to local media.
If she gets Senate approval, Noiret will have to leave the post of foreign spokeswoman, becoming the least experienced ambassador to date among US ambassadors to the United Nations, observers said.
On October 9, UN diplomats said that Healy, Washington's permanent representative to the United Nations, had resigned from her international post to Trump.
Trump agreed on the resignation of Healy as of the end of this year.
In New York, Neuert, a former diplomat and director of international engagement for Barack Obama, told Vanity Fair last month that she would simply face a whole range of challenges she had proved unable to overcome.
"There is absolutely nothing to qualify for this post, with the exception of some points of talk about foreign policy.

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