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Trump picks Army chief of staff as next top military adviser

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Trump picks Army chief of staff as next top military adviserPresident Donald Trump says he's tapping Gen. Mark Milley as his next top military adviser.
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News video: Trump Says He's Choosing Winchester Native Mark Milley To Be Joint Chiefs Of Staff Chairman

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President Donald Trump will tap Gen. Mark Milley as his next top military adviser, choosing a Winchester native and battle-hardened commander who has served as chief of the Army for the last three years.

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