BREAKING: First Ever Black Military Chief Of Staff Nominated By President Trump APPROVED By Republican-Led Senate 98-0

By John Paluska, Founder of The Daily Fodder

In the midst of protests over the unjust killings of blacks at the hands of cops, the Republican-led U.S, Senate has just voted in the first ever black Military Chief Of Staff by 98-0. In a historic movement, Air Force General Charles Brown became the first-ever black serviceman to be the head of a branch of the U.S. Military.

Trump noted it was a "historic" day for America and that he was "excited to work more closely with Gen. Brown":
 President Trump appointed Brown in March for the position, something which mainstream press reports have left out.

Gen. Brown is a U.S. Air Force General who has served his country faithfully since 1984. He was once the Deputy Director of the Operations Directorate of the U.S. Central Command. He also has commanded a fighter squadron, was in charge of the U.S. Air Force Weapons School, and has more than 2,900 hours of flight experience, including 130 combat hours.


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