“We did not swear allegiance to a king, queen, tyrant or dictator. We did not swear allegiance to an individual. We swore allegiance to the constitution”
US Chief of Staff Mark Milley stated that “the army will continue to adhere to the constitution” and said, “We did not swear allegiance to an individual. We swore loyalty to the constitution.” used the expression.
In his speech at the opening of the National Army Museum in Washington, the capital, General Milley gave the message of “adherence to the constitution”.
“We have not sworn allegiance to a king, queen, tyrant or dictator. We have not sworn allegiance to an individual. We have sworn allegiance to the constitution,” Milley said. used the expression.
Milley’s remarks followed changes to the ministry’s bureaucracy following President Trump’s removal of Defense Secretary Mark Esper.
Trump, after Esper, who submitted his resignation before the election, dismissed the majority of senior civilian officials in the Pentagon and replaced him with names close to him.
While the campaign process is ongoing, Milley, the Chief of General Staff, made a statement in Congress on August 28, emphasizing that the army would remain neutral if an uncertainty about the change of power emerges after the election, “The US courts and Congress are legally responsible for the resolution of any dispute over the elections, not the army. he used the expressions.
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