Ret. Gen. Jack Keane joined “The Story” to share his ideas on the newest story about Gen. Mark Milley’s reported calls to China and argued that that the media has “sensationalized” the story.

General Jack Keane: I actually really feel these are accountable actions which might be being taken, not the opposite. Based on what the Pentagon is reporting and the options we’re getting from Jennifer Griffin and I notion her and her sources, by one of the only methods, they’ve been impeccable prior to now and I take them at face value correct proper right here, I don’t see one factor that is undermining the civilian administration of the navy. If you took the info which might be being reported and I actually really feel being sensationalized contained in the media. But that is not what the Pentagon is reporting. Seems to be practically in sync with what we’re used to seeing. The utterly totally different difficulty is, I counsel, I don’t know what amount of instances we ought to look at this lesson. It might presumably be considerably higher if folks are serving contained in the authorities to not be speaking to the media about factors which might be going on contained in the authorities, significantly such delicate factors as we’re dealing with correct proper right here. Because they’ve an inclination to get completely out of context as we’re seeing correct proper right here. The utterly totally different difficulty is, I’m assuming that General Milley isn’t coming ahead himself consequently of he’s going to deal with this subject on September 28 with the senators. He greater than doubtless doesn’t should upsurp their authority. They’ll have pretty a bit questions on this and what occurred in Afghanistan. So I actually really feel we’re going to get all of the info on this. I’d be shocked if it’s one factor bigger than what we’re seeing right now.


Gen. Jack Keane on Milley scandal: 'Let's use some common sense here'Video