US Senate passed the chairmanship of the joint meeting of the chiefs of staff of the US military

The US Senate passed an overwhelming vote today, and the Army’s four-star general, Mark Milley, became the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the US Army (JCS). At the Senate nomination hearing, Mai Li said that China is the primary threat to the US military in the next 100 years.

The Senate today overwhelmingly passed the personnel case with 89 votes in favor and 1 vote against the Democratic Party’s Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley.

The 61-year-old Mai Li, who has the highest military rank in the presidential Trump military advisory group, was stationed in Iraq, Afghanistan and other countries before he became the Army Chief of Staff in August 2015.

Trump’s political situation was in the ruling, and there were several generals in the Pentagon. The new case was replaced by Marine Corps General Joseph Dunford as the chairman of the US Senate.

In the Senate Armed Services Committee’s nomination hearing, Molly said that China will be the “primary threat” of the US military for a century after observing how the US military will learn how to fight in the Middle East.

However, Mai Li also stressed that “China is not an enemy. I have to make it clear. They are competitors.”

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