Outrage Erupts Over Trump’s Disrespectful Comment About Wounded Veterans

by Jessica

Former President Donald Trump’s callous comment about wounded veterans has come to light. According to a lengthy article published by The Atlantic editor-in-chief Jeffrey Goldberg on Thursday, Trump made the repugnant demand during Gen. Mark Milley’s welcome ceremony as the chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in 2019.

The Huffington Post reported on Friday, September 22, that Goldberg, who spent time with Gen. Milley for the piece, detailed the incident where Trump questioned why a wounded veteran had been invited to perform “God Bless America” at the event.

This incident sheds light on Trump’s long history of making highly offensive and insensitive comments about U.S. service members.

The article by Goldberg highlights the disrespectful nature of Trump’s remark, which further tarnishes his already controversial record regarding military personnel.

The incident serves as a reminder of the former president’s lack of empathy and understanding towards those who have sacrificed for their country.

Gen. Mark Milley, who was present during the ceremony, has not publicly commented on this specific incident.

However, his dedication to serving the nation and supporting wounded veterans has been widely recognized throughout his career.

This revelation has sparked outrage among veterans’ organizations and advocates for military personnel.

Many have expressed their disappointment and condemnation of Trump’s behavior towards wounded veterans, calling it unacceptable and disrespectful.

The Atlantic article by Jeffrey Goldberg provides further insight into Trump’s attitude towards the military and his disregard for those who have served and suffered injuries in defense of their country.

It adds to a growing list of controversies surrounding Trump’s relationship with the armed forces.

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