A monologue by George Pattern was shown to those who were in attendance before Donald Trump took the arena on Saturday night in Commerce Georgia for a campaign-style rally but that wasn’t the actual Patton. It was a part of acting and it was the general as played by George C. Scott in the 1970 Academy Award-winning film Patton.
Within the hour, Trump called the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff — Gen. Mark Milley — a “freaking idiot.”
“Where the hell is our General Patton?” Trump exclaimed before he was rehashing an alleged dialogue he had with Milley who is the current chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff who had clutched that role under Donald Trump.
Trump gushes over ‘smart’ Kim Jong Un at Save America, Commerce, Georgia
Donald Trump stated that the Biden administration is being viewed poorly by the world’s leaders including North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un whom Trump has continually expressed extravagantly.
Trump said, “As you probably saw yesterday that now he was sending long-range projectiles up, and he possibly did not respect President Biden very strongly. But I was liked by him. They had two meetings. They had got along great and he knew a lot about him and also added that not in a manner of fact way but like a way of a garrulous elementary school kid.”
Trump said of the ruthless despot, “He’s a smart guy, he’s a tough guy”. The former president said that every time he calls a foreign leader of this sort “smart” he is always jangled for this but as usual he stood by his comments and also stated the same about Chinese President Xi Jinping.
“Well, you know, he runs 1.5 billion people with an iron fist,” Trump explained. “Yeah, I think he’s pretty smart.”
Being smart is no problem here but North Korea’s dictator, Kim Jong-un is a serial encroacher on human rights who lives a luxurious life and compels the subjects of his country to starve to death. If we talk about China, Xi is governing the restoration of civil rights and rehabilitating it with a tech-dystopia.
Trump’s jibe at Mark Milley
According to Trump, Mark Miley is a liar. Milley had advocated leaving certain American-made weapons in Afghanistan during the withdrawal of U.S. forces while Trump had an opposing point of view. (Trump also claimed that the United States left some $85 billion of equipment in the country, but the real number is $18 billion, according to an Associated Press fact check.)
Milley was nominated by Donald Trump as a chairman in 2018. Trump mocked Miley by doing a superb impersonation of the general- “Sir, it’s cheaper to leave the equipment than to take it out, sir.”
“That’s when I realized he was a freaking idiot,” Trump exclaimed in a near representation of comments he had made about generals last year at Mar-a-Lago and said that he would never forget it. He said that the guy had told him that it was cheaper to leave all the equipment.
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