James Miller, a former toppolitisk official in the u.s. department of defense, the Pentagon, has retired from his post in the defence advisory board.
It is discontent with defence minister Mark Espers support to the eviction of the protesters at Lafayette Square in Washington D. C. on Monday prior to president Donald Trumps visit to a nearby church.
In his letter of termination, published by The Washington Post on Tuesday, points out James Miller, that he believes that secretary of defense Mark Esper has violated its pledge to protect the constitution of the UNITED states.
It reports CNN.
- When I joined the board in 2014, having left a job in the ministry of defence, I paid again a embedsed, which includes support and defend the constitution of the UNITED states.
- You swore the same oath the 23. July 2019, when you were sworn in as secretary of defense, writes James Miller in the termination letter to Mark Esper.
- I think that you violated the oath Monday the 1. June 2020, he writes further with regard to the law enforcement bodies of the grubbing up of peaceful protesters at Lafayette Square.
- You may have not been able to stop the president Trump from to give order to this disgusting abuse of power, but you could have chosen to oppose it. Instead, supported you it visible, adds Miller.
After his news conference in The White House on Monday went Donald Trump on foot from the presidential to the damaged church of St. John's Episcopal Church, where he posed with a bible in his hand for the photographers.
Previously used the police tear gas and rubber bullets against peaceful demonstrators, forcing them away from the area before the president's arrival.
the Church is during the protests in Washington D. C. has been hit by graffiti and vandalism.
Donald Trumps performances has aroused sharp criticism of the president's use of force by, among others, a large number of prominent democrats, including Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton and Kamala Harris.