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The select committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol has said that the actions of Gen Mark Milley and other senior Pentagon officials after the insurrection are a “crucial area of focus” for the panel’s work.
Committee chairman Bennie Thompson and vice chairwoman Liz Cheney released a statement today in response to a report that Milley, the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, attempted to put guardrails on Donald Trump’s behavior during the final days of his presidency.
NEW: Chairman @BennieGThompson and Vice Chair @RepLizCheney statement on recent reporting about the actions of senior Defense Department officials in the aftermath of the January 6th Attack on the Capitol.
One reporter asked Jen Psaki whether Joe Biden has yet met with any of the Afghan refugees who are resettling in the US following the Taliban takeover of their country.
“Not yet, but he is certainly eager to and looks forward to,” Psaki replied.
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