General Milley urges ‘hard look’ at Confederacy symbols

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Milley said that the military had to take a “hard look” at symbols of the Confederacy and had recommended a commission to look at the issue, even as President Donald Trump has ruled out renaming military bases that are named for Confederate leaders.

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