‘The View’ co-host Sunny Hostin apologizes to Milley for thinking that his phones in China were ‘rebellion’

Sunny Hostin grabbed “The View” and apologized to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen.

After the first mention in “Danger” that Milley called his Chinese friend and assured him that the US would not attack China and promised to warn the CCP if they did, Hostin insulted the Biden chief.

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“I think you’ve broken the command that way. You’re committing a rebellion. You’re going outside the chain of command,” Hostin said. “I have served the government for many years and it is sacred to enter the command chain.”

“I don’t think there’s any reason to grab it quietly, which I think that’s the case,” he added.

Despite criticism and calls for his resignation, Milley continued to protest during his testimony to both members of the Senate and House this week, insisting that he followed the protocol and that several members of the Trump administration were aware of his negotiations with China.

On Wednesday, Hostin took a moment to show remorse for what he had previously said.

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β€œI was angry at his rule because I even thought it was a rebellion,” Hostin said. “My understanding was that he went back to China and spoke directly to China without permission, but that was not the case.”

“And I want to judge myself because I need to know better at this point … I should have had more experience and acted according to less experience,” he added.

After summarizing Milley’s defense to lawmakers, Hostin said, “I’m indebted to him for apologizing because he didn’t commit atrocities and it was very important – it’s important for me to admit it but it’s important that he kept the military law.”

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Co-host Sara Haines, who similarly joined Hostin in calling Milley while Bob Woodward-Robert Costa demanded his release, agreed with Hostin’s investigation into the controversy, telling him “You’re right.”

β€œIt made a lot more clear up,” Haines said.

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