The Book Shows Donald Trump Complaining That His Generals Did Not Behave As Hitler's Did

The Book Shows Donald Trump Complaining That His Generals Did Not Behave As Hitler’s Did

Journalists Peter Baker and Susan B. Glasser also revealed a draft resignation letter by Mark Milley following Trump’s photo op at Lafayette Square.

Donald Trump reportedly complained that his generals were not loyal enough to him, at one point lamenting that they did not act like Adolf Hitler’s generals in World War II.

According to Peter Baker and Susan B. The New Yorker’s Peter Baker and The New Yorker’s Susan B. The Divider: Trump in the White House, 2017-2021, the authors of that book were Peter Baker and Susan B. In an excerpt published by The New Yorker on Monday, Trump’s then-chief of staff, John Kelly, exchanged a message with him years before the January 6, 2021 insurrection.

Why can’t you fucking generals be like the German generals in World War II? According to reports, Trump asked Kelly, referring to the German generals during World War II.

Then, Kelly responded to Kelly by saying: “You do know that they tried to kill Hitler three times and almost succeeded on each occasion? ”

The Book Shows Donald Trump Complaining That His Generals Did Not Behave As Hitler’s Did

It is in an attempt to rewrite history that Trump insists those generals “were totally loyal to Hitler” in an attempt to rewrite history.

In addition, Baker and Glasser revealed a draft resignation letter that Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, wrote after he stood with Trump at Lafayette Square holding a bible as the former president staged a photo shoot after police fired tear gas to disperse Black Lives, Matter protesters. As a result, Milley decided to stay on and never sent the letter.

I believe that you were doing a great deal of irreparable harm to my country as a result of your actions. As a consequence of your concerted efforts over time to politicize the United States military, I believe that you have made a concerted effort to do so,” Milley wrote. “I thought that I would be able to change that.”. However, I’ve come to realize that I cannot, and I need to step aside and give someone else the chance to do it for me.”

On top of that, Milley accused Trump of damaging the country’s international image through his actions.

“I am convinced strongly that you are ruining the international order and causing significant damage to our country overseas, that was fought for so hard by the Greatest Generation and that they instituted in 1945, and that this is causing significant damage to our country,” Milley emphasized.

In the course of the war, it is estimated that 150 million people were slaughtered between 1914 and 1945. It was because of tyrannies and dictatorships that they were slaughtered.”

According to him, it is now apparent to me that you do not understand the world order in which we live.

There are a lot of things you don’t understand about the war. You subscribe to many of the principles that we fought against, in fact, you are one of them. There is no way I can be a part of that.”

As of September 20, 2022, the book, which covers the years of the Trump White House, is set to be published.

Kelly Was Asked By Trump Why He Couldn’t Be More Like The German Wwii Generals During World War Ii: “The Book”

An upcoming book reveals the former president of the United States who asked his then chief of staff, John Kelly, why he wasn’t able to be like the German generals who were loyal to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.

There is an excerpt from the book “The Divider: Trump in the White House,” by New York Times writer Peter Baker and The New Yorker’s Susan Glasser in which the authors describe the former president glorifying Nazi generals for their loyalty while lamenting that his own military did not adhere to the same standards.

The generals, why can’t you be like the German generals, why can’t you be as good as the German generals? According to the book’s authors, Trump asked Kelly, “What are you going to do? ” While Kelly responded that Nazi generals had tried to kill their leader, the former president insisted that they had been unflinchingly loyal to the Führer.

During the excerpt, published in the New Yorker, we follow the former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Mark Milley, as he assumes the position against the caution of Kelly and the late Defense Secretary, James Mattis.

In June 2020, Milley wrote a resignation letter after realizing he was “doing great and irreparable harm” to the United States as a result of Trump.

Following the now-infamous photo op of Trump with his advisers in Lafayette Square, shortly after black protesters had been tear gassed in an attempt to clear the area, Milley resigned as a result of Trump’s actions.

There are reports that Milley did not send the letter, but instead decided to fight the former president from within rather than from the outside.

According to the new excerpt, the former chairman “feared Trump’s embrace of his own lies about the election would lead him to seek a ‘Reichstag moment, referring to Hitler’s 1933 power grab that saw him capitalize on fire in the parliament building to stoke fears and take control of the country, much like Hitler did in 1933.

The rumors suggest that Milley worried that Trump would deliberately instigate a conflict – either at home or abroad – in order to justify his refusal to allow the transfer of power after the 2020 presidential election.

According to the excerpt from Milley’s draft resignation letter, Trump is undoing the work of those who fought in the world wars thanks to his actions.

I am deeply convinced that you are destroying the international order, and causing significant damage to our country overseas.

As for that generation, as for every generation, it has fought against it, it has fought against fascism, it has fought against Nazism, it has fought against extremism,” Milley wrote to Trump, according to his source.

In my opinion, it is now clear that you don’t understand what that world order is all about. It is clear that you do not have a clear understanding of what the war was all about.

As a matter of fact, many of the principles that we fought against, you subscribe to as well.”

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