How Gen. Mark Milley became a political 'prop' during Trump photo op

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Published on 11 Jun 2020, 23:56
The top U.S. military officer, Gen. Mark Milley, apologized for joining President Trump in a June 1 photo op amid protests over racial violence. Authorities had forcibly cleared protesters near the White House. In a recorded commencement address to the National Defense University, Milley called the decision “a mistake that I’ve learned from.” Nick Schifrin talks to retired Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges.

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