Trump denies reports that he wants to launch a coup

Trump denies reports that he wants to launch a coup

Former President Trump denied that he wanted to use the military to take over the government after losing last year’s election.

Office of former US President Donald trump On 15 July, he issued a statement saying that he had never “threatened or mentioned a coup to anyone”, calling it “ridiculous”.

The office said in a statement, “It’s a shame to say that the election was my way of a ‘coup.’ have met.” Trump added.

Former US President Donald Trump speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, Texas on July 11. Image: AFP.

The former US president’s move was in response to information in a forthcoming book by Washington Post journalists Carol Leonig and Philip Rucker, which revealed that Milley, the former chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, was dismayed when Trump conceded defeat after the election. refused. last November.

The book said General Milley was concerned that Trump or his allies might try to use the military to retain power after the election. General Milley and several other military officers planned to prevent this scenario, which included resigning one by one.

General Milley’s office has yet to comment on the report. The former chairman of America’s Joint Chiefs of Staff has previously opposed the inclusion of the military in the election.

Journalists Leonig and Rucker’s upcoming book is expected to provide more details about the final days of the Trump administration, including the January 6 Capitol Hill riots and refusal to admit defeat. Joe Biden.

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